Yves Coueslant spent his childhood on the shores of the Gulf of Tonkin in Vietnam. His mother was very fond of the rich, sensual scent of the tuberoses she purchased at the flower market. They were wrapped in broad canna leaves, either alone or with jasmine or ylang-ylang, and used as offerings in the temples. To keep their beauty fresh and fragrant, florists sprinkled them with water.
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