As white as new-fallen snow, the geshiloira flower is often planted near places where its rare beauty can be appreciated, such as on the edges of roads or near government buildings. The cool scent of the geshiloira flower brings to mind the cool breezes off the snow, a literal breath of fresh air and relief in the maritime climes that it favors. Traditional Surlaenis hospitality dictates that the visitor be given a welcoming bouquet of flowers, and thus geshiloira flowers are favored both for their reviving scent and their color, which will flatter any tone of skin or shade of cloth is it placed next to.
Thus the snow-white geshiloira flower has become a symbol of hospitality, welcome and good will. When worn as a hair ornament the geshiloira flower promises that the person wearing it will think only pleasant, welcoming thoughts. Bards and their companions favor the perfume of the geshiloira flower to spark the imagination and refresh the weary.
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