LEGO has officially revealed the next LEGO Botanical Collection set, 10329 Tiny Plants featuring a collection of 9 life-sized botanicals in buildable terracotta pots!
It’s a really fresh take on LEGO’s wildly popular Botanical collection, with a great mix of cacti, succulents, flowers and even a venus flytrap in earthen flower pots that are just begging to be displayed!
Really glad to see LEGO’s pricing calm down, and am pleasantly surprised that this 758-piece set will retail for US$49.99.
- 10329 Tiny Plants [US] – US$49.99 [Amazon pre-order]
- 10329 Tiny Plants [AUS] – AU$99.99
- 10329 Tiny Plants [UK] – £44.99
- 10329 Tiny Plants [EU] – €49.99
- 10329 Tiny Plants [CA] – CAD$69.99
Update: Check out my review of 10329 Tiny Plants to get a closer look at these adorable Tiny LEGO Plants!
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Create an elegant floral display of faux plants and flowers with this adult decor set. The LEGO Icons Miniature Plants (10329) building project features diverse flora with plants from arid and tropical zones, and carnivorous plants, each in a buildable terracotta-colored pot.
The Hallmark of LEGO’s Botanical range are Nice Parts Usage (NPU) and 10329 Tiny Plants does not disappoint in this area. I can already spot different minifigure hats like berets, and even a pith hat from LEGO Adventurers, as well as cake frosting elements, clamshells and even hairbrushes being used to bring these cute LEGO Potted Plants to life!
I love how these are so close to 2022’s 10309 Succulents, but the addition of the terracotta pots just elevate the look of these and give these their own identity!
I’m a huge fan of LEGO’s Botanical Collection, and think these will be incredibly popular with fans of this ahem, growing theme.
Special thanks to Hoth Bricks for the heads up!
What do you think of 10329 Tiny Plants? Would you like to see this set under your Christmas tree?
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