Ebene News – EN – The LEGO group has finally unveiled its botanical collection

The LEGO Group has officially unveiled its two sets from the Botanical Collection, 10,280 flower bouquet and 10,281 bonsai

We’ve had images of both sets for some time, mostly thanks to third-party retailers and LEGO catalogs, but the LEGO Group has finally recognized the sets through an official press release

In line with the rest of its 18 models, the company bills buildable plants as a way to relax and unwind, noting that LEGO plants “don’t need to be watered to stay fresh.” You know, just in case someone didn’t know how to take care of their plastic plants

According to the LEGO Play Well 2020 study, 70% of adults regularly seek new ways to de-stress, while over 80% say that play helps them relax This quite clearly identifies the target market sought by the LEGO group with these new flowery models

“As adults search for new ways to switch off and relax, we are excited to be able to help them find solace in their busy everyday lives as they immerse themselves in creating these magnificent botanical compositions, “says Jamie Berard, Design Diriger at the LEGO Group” The customizable elements and the conscious building experience will help them express their personalities as their creativity flourishes.”

The 10280 flower bouquet measures over 14 ” (36cm) high (when specifically arranged but not disclosed, according to the press release), while the 10281 bonsai tree reaches a height of 18cm Both sets will be launched January 1, 2021 for £ 44 99 / $ 49 99/49 € 99 You can read the Brick Fanatics verdict on each of the models in the botanical collection by clicking on the links below:

These aren’t the only buildable flowers coming in the New Year, however, if the botanical collection is over budget or just taking up too much space, the LEGO Group is also launching smaller, cheaper options in 40,460 roses and 40461 tulips Better yet, these two sets can be combined with 10,280 bouquet of flowers and 10,281 bonsai for an even more complete display

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Ebene News – EN – The LEGO Group has finally unveiled its botanical collection

Source: https://www.brickfanatics.com/lego-botanical-collection-officially-revealed/