The Dutch-born “Tulip Master”Â was touched by the marvellous history of the tulip of Antwerp and he realised that he â€“ as a Dutchman – had never really had an open mind towards this â€˜clichÃ©â€™ flower.
He made Antwerp aware of this hidden treasure history by an exhibition project in 2006, in which all the official local museums and many of the window-displays of Antwerp fashion designers were involved. Also,Â he designed tulip settings for the historical garden of the Rubens Museum, Museum Plantin Moretus, Castle Den Brandt and the Kalmthout Arboretum.
His gardens and tulipmania have attracted the attention of International magazines and blog sites like Bloom, Elle DÃ©cor, Elle, Country Life and A Shaded View on Fashion
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