The bright orange and strong-scented Cempazuchitl, or marigold, was the Aztec symbol of death. Throughout Mexico, it is used to this day to decorate graves and altars in Dia de Los Muertos festivals. Anything but morbid, the garlands, crosses, and lined pathways made from thousands of marigold blooms celebrate life, while the papel picado paper banners hang overhead in festive rows. Look closely at the art on this pack and you can see the celebration of life and death that plays out in our gardens every year.
Contains Crackerjack, Petite Mix, Naughty Marietta, and Sparky French marigolds.