The LEGO Botanicals collection has gained immense popularity among LEGO enthusiasts and nature lovers alike. Introduced as a unique and creative series, this collection captures the beauty of botanical elements through intricate brick-built designs. The appeal of the LEGO Botanicals lies in its ability to bring the charm of flowers and greenery into the world of LEGO, allowing builders to create lifelike plants that stand out as elegant display pieces. With sets like the LEGO Wildflower Bouquet and Orchid, the collection offers a refreshing departure from traditional LEGO themes, providing a therapeutic and aesthetically pleasing building experience. The attention to detail in replicating various plant species adds to the collection’s allure, making it a favourite among those who appreciate the artistry of nature translated into LEGO form. One of the latest additions to the Botanicals Collection is LEGO 10328 Bouquet of Roses, and now is surely a great time to purchase a set (or two) in time for Valentine’s day.
Ditch the traditional bouquet and dive into a blooming adventure with the LEGO Bouquet of Roses (10328). Why settle for fleeting flowers when you can cultivate a dozen LEGO roses that last longer than your average floral arrangement? Retailing for $59.99 / £54.99, this set, comprising of 822 pieces, offers the perfect blend of romance, building style and collectability as you assemble your bouquet with 4 roses in full bloom, 4 mid-bloom, and 4 buds, giving you the power to control the stages of your LEGO love story. Forget the hassle of thorns; these roses come with long green stems, ready to steal the spotlight in a vase. The set’s 4 sprigs of baby’s breath even bring the small white flower power to the party. It’s a DIY Valentine’s gift that says, “I love you, but I also love building stuff.”
At Investabrick we will be buying a couple of sets, one to give to our valentine and one to keep as an investment. So, grab those brick bags, embark on a floral journey, and show your special someone that your love is as timeless as LEGO roses in full bloom.