Antoinette Drouart returned to the United States after living for ten years abroad in Japan and France. She has received formal training in Japanese Flower Arrangements and certificates from the Ikebana Sogetsu School headquartered in Tokyo, Japan.

Her artistic interests combined with her love of flowers and their therapeutic values, have led her to study and teach the art of Japanese flower arrangement designs.

Antoinette was awarded an official Japanese flower name, "Hoshi", whose meaning in English is "Purple Iris".

A member of Ikebana International, Sogetsu Boston Branch, the Orchid Society, and the Nashua Garden Club, Antoinette specializes in Japanese flower arrangements and teaches flower arrangement lessons in her boutique.

Read about the awards received by Ikebana Flower here.

the history
Ikebana, which means "living flowers" is a special part of Japan's traditional culture. Find out more about the history here.

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