The LEGO Botanical series has been a fan favorite with both experienced LEGO fans and those new to the LEGO hobby. They are incredibly creative art and display pieces using LEGO elements in interesting and unusual ways.
The series started in 2021 with the #10280 LEGO Flower Bouquet, the #10281 LEGO Bonsai Tree, and the #10289 LEGO Bird of Paradise. They were followed by the #10309 LEGO Succulents and the #10311 LEGO Orchid in 2022. This year, we already got the #10313 LEGO Wildflower Bouquet and the #10314 LEGO Dried Flower Centerpiece.
One wonderful feature of this series is the variety. So far we got wildflowers, exotic flowers, flowers with stems, flowers in brick-built planters, picked flower arrangements, big plants, small plants, and now with the next set in the series, tiny plants.
The #10329 LEGO Tiny Plants is the latest addition to the series and it is already getting a lot of praise from LEGO fans. The set includes all you need to craft 9 plants based on arid, tropical and carnivorous species, each nestled in a buildable, terracotta-colored containers. The tallest plant in this 758-piece building set (including its container), measures over 6.5 in. (16 cm) high, 4 in. (10 cm) wide and 2.5 in. (6 cm) deep.
Another wonderful feature of this series is the way LEGO elements are used creatively. Take a look at those repurposed hair brushes, brooms, hats, eggshells, clamshells, butterflies, and more! The collection is also great for getting standard pieces in unusual colors.
The previously mentioned LEGO Botanical sets have been available for some time now and you can find them at the LEGO Icons section of the Online LEGO Shop. The newly added #10329 LEGO Tiny Plants will ship from December 1st and you can already pre-order it at the LEGO Icons section of the Online LEGO Shop.
What do you think? How do you like the LEGO Botanical series? And what do you think of the new LEGO Tiny Plants? Feel free to share your thoughts and discuss in the comment section below!
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