MEXICAN TRADITIONS IN CEMPASUCHIL TIJUANA
One of the things that characterizes us Mexicans are our Mexican Traditions, Culture, History and our delicious Gastronomy.
This time I want to tell you about a beautiful field with marigold flowers that is located between the Tijuana-Rosarito 2000 corridor.
CEMPASUCHIL TIJUANA offers you the experience of being surrounded by vibrant traditions, where you will find the best spots for your photographs, 3 colors of cempasuchil and sunflowers with an option to purchase, altars of the dead, dancing, food area and an excellent family atmosphere.
The cempasuchil flower symbolizes the Day of the Dead in Mexico, thanks to its color and aroma it is one of the most representative elements of the offerings for the dead.
The cempasuchil flower is native to Mexico, its name comes from the Nahuatl "Cempohualxochitl" which means "twenty flowers" or several flowers.
Our ancestors assimilated the yellow color of the flower with the sun, which is why they used it in the offerings dedicated to their dead. Tradition is to make paths with the flowers, from the main path to the altar of the house in order to guide the souls to the altars.
THE FLOWER WAS CONSIDERED BY THE MEXICANS AS A SYMBOL OF LIFE AND DEATH.
So here we leave you an excellent option to spend a family day among a beautiful field full of traditions and to buy your fresh flowers and support local consumption.