Vintage gardens, namely a garden in the Art Nouveau style, are not subject to either time or fashion. Considered an elitist and even quaint phenomenon at the beginning of the 20th century, sad Art Nouveau is now more refined and luxurious than ever before. It is chosen by both young couples and people of more mature age with impeccable taste and intuition.
The plant compositions of such gardens often include roses, irises, tulips, daffodils, azaleas, and rhododendrons. The favorite theme of Art Nouveau artists is still considered to be spring, among which not the last role is given to the tulip.
It is possible that this beauty of the semi-open dark purple flowers of the Blue Diamond tulip was inspired by more than one Art Nouveau artist.
The tulip variety ‘Apeldoorn’ s Favorite ‘ is very similar in appearance to the poppy, another modern flower.
The tulip was a symbol of declarations of love, songs and poems were composed in his honor, and artists depicted him in their paintings.