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LEGO Orchid & Succulents Available for Pre-Order

Today, the LEGO Group announced two stunning new additions to its Botanical Collection; the #10311 LEGO Orchid and the #10309 LEGO Succulents selection. Below are the details.

Perfect as a thoughtful gift for a plant lover or for adding the finishing interior design touches, the new sets are designed to provide an immersive building experience for adults that let creativity bloom.

With 73% of adults saying they often research new ways to destress and over 72% saying play helps them relax, the new sets could provide a fabulous floral project for those looking to get creative while finding moments of mindfulness in their day.

Here is the description for the #10311 LEGO Orchid: Recreate the show-stopping blooms of a flowering orchid with this blossoming build. This new set features six large flowers and two newly opened flowers that can be customized to create a flawless arrangement for any space, without the worry about how often to water it. Piece count: 608. Measures over 15 in. (39 cm) high, 11.5 in. (30 cm) wide, 9.5 in. (24 cm) deep when complete. Pricing: 89.99 AUD / 69.99 CAD / 49.99 EU / 44.99 GBP / 49.99 USD

A LEGO-built blue fluted vase and bark mix made from LEGO elements complete this beautiful display of pink and white blooms which can be customized and rebuilt time and time again as the builder finds a moment of balance and harmony for them and their décor.

“The design of this set was inspired by a real Orchid we had in the office throughout the design process, so we could see how the flower changed through the seasons,” said Michael Psiaki, Lead Designer at the LEGO Group. “A challenge with this set was creating a cylindrical pot from LEGO elements that would be fun to build but also beautiful to look at.”

And here is the description of the #10309 LEGO Succulents: The LEGO Succulents set is the gift that keeps on giving with nine individual succulents in their own containers. The separate plants and cacti can be built and connected together artistically or displayed individually and rearranged depending on the season or the décor with this ultimate low-maintenance display. Piece count: 771. Measures over 5 in. (13 cm) high, 6.5 in. (17 cm) wide and 6.5 in. (17 cm) deep when complete. Pricing: 89.99 AUD / 69.99 CAD / 49.99 EU / 44.99 GBP / 49.99 USD

The Succulents set comes with three separate building instructions so friends and family can unwind together as they enjoy building the flora.

“They say having succulents in a room helps you focus, and we hope this set gives the same feeling,” says Anderson Ward Grubb, Senior Designer at The LEGO Group. “We wanted to create a set that offers a relaxing and mindful building experience to help adults switch off from their busy lives and to most importantly re-focus on something they enjoy.”

The #10311 LEGO Orchid set and the #10309 LEGO Succulents set is available to pre-order starting today, April 14th from the Online LEGO Shop and selected retailers. They will be launched officially on May 1st, just in time for Mother’s Day in many markets.

Both sets look beautiful and are worthy additions to the LEGO Creator Expert Botanical Collection. Just two recap, the series also includes the #10280 LEGO Flower Bouquet, the #10281 LEGO Bonsai Tree, and the #10289 LEGO Bird of Paradise. They are available at the LEGO Creator Expert section of the Online LEGO Shop.

There are also three smaller sets in the LEGO Creator Botanical Collection, the #40460 LEGO Roses, the #40461 LEGO Tulips, and the #40524 LEGO Sunflowers. These are available at the LEGO Creator section of the Online LEGO Shop.

What do you think? How do you like the newly added sets to the LEGO Botanical Collection? Are you planning to get any of them? Do you have any of the previously released sets? Feel free to share your thoughts and discuss in the comment section below!

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  • Maya April 14, 2022, 11:52 AM

    These are lovely and definitely on my wish-list!

  • amanda April 14, 2022, 10:32 PM

    So pretty! I love these!

  • Bill McQuown April 15, 2022, 11:36 AM

    I don’t own any of the botanical sets (yet), but I think they’re very well done, and proffer a unique substitute for the less ‘green-thumb’ inclined. As a fellow who predates the minifig, growing up with LEGO and seeing its slow evolution to what it has become in terms of subject matter and audience, these represent something that I never would or could have guessed would be official products. It’s pretty cool what LEGO’s doing these days and what sets like this portend.

  • vivian April 17, 2022, 10:16 PM

    I can’t over how beautiful these are. Now I want the whole collection!

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