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The ghost of Frida Kahlo summons dancers from huge, flaming avocados, while bright marigold flowers serve as the symbolic and real bridge between the human and dead worlds.
The cempasúchil, or the Mexican marigold, is the traditional flower used to honor the dead.
Flowers, especially marigolds, the flower of the dead, decorate the altar.
The marigold's scent helps guide the spirits home and represents the fragility of life.
In some towns, families leave a trail of orange marigold petals in a path to their doorways so the spirits of the dead can find their way home.
But those who do take a moment to visit at this time of year will find multicolored mums and marigolds
The good news is marigold looks amazing on pretty much anyone.
Outstanding supporting actor in a comedy series nominee Tituss Burgess (Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt) might not have taken home a statue, but this marigold moment was a nice consolation prize.
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Origin and Etymology of marigold
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