Art of ikebana: From ancient Japan to Launceston

Annika Rhoades
June 14 2024 - 6:00am
Eleanor Button and Aileen Duke are hosting an ikebana display at Franklin House. Picture by Phillip Biggs
Eleanor Button and Aileen Duke are hosting an ikebana display at Franklin House. Picture by Phillip Biggs

Eleanor Button and Aileen Duke credit their daughters for introducing them to ikebana, an ancient Japanese form of flower arranging.

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Annika Rhoades

Annika Rhoades

Journalist

Journalist at The Examiner, covering community, environmental stories and court stories. Contact me at annika.rhoades@austcommunitymedia.com.au

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