Did you know how to draw a tulip?
1. The father of the Dutch obsession with tulips was botanist Carolus Clusius — he’s said to have popularized the springtime flowers there. He was also the first to identify “broken tulips” — a viral infection that caused beautiful streaking in the petals of the flowers.
2. The demand for tulips set off “tulip mania” in the Netherlands around 1637, and prices for some varieties soared. The tulip depicted to the right — the “Semper Augustus” — was said to be the most expensive tulip during this period. The situation has been regarded as one of the first economic bubbles.
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