This is an ode to the bulb shed. Bulb sheds are built as a storage and working space for bulb growers. In the past, the flower bulbs were dried on wooden racks in the shed. Most of the barn was therefore used. There was also a workspace for peeling, sorting and packaging the bulbs, as well as an office for management and administration. Bulb sheds are iconic elements in the cultural-historical heritage of the Dune and Bulb region. They are inextricably linked to the sand farm landscape, with its bulb fields, straight sand ditches and hedges and thus form the legacy of the rich past of flower bulb cultivation. This Giant bulb depicts a bulb shed that is bursting from its skin.