National Geographic : 1940 Sep
The National Geographic Magazine Red-clothed Celebrants Do Homage to a Village Saint Several times while on the trail the writer encountered such religious processions. This fiesta was in honor of St. James, patron of the village of Ayahualulco. ) NtLiWonailtceograpme ,ole(ty KoilhroYies by Luis Mlarden Aztec Lilies Blossom Near Jalapa, "Flower Garden of Mexico" In the town of Banderilla is the Lecuona Garden, famous for its camellia bushes 18 feet high. More than 90 years old, this semitropical garden also produces several varieties of orchids.