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LEGO Roses (40460) & Tulips (40461) Set Details

LEGO Shop UK has posted some product pages for the new LEGO flower sets that we first saw the other day. These sets include the Roses (40460) and Tulips (40461) which are a more affordable option for the new plant sets coming in 2021. If you didn’t see yet, there will also be the Botanical Collection that is geared more towards the adult builders. These sts haven’t been listed to the North America LEGO Shop yet but I guess it’ll be there in a few days.


Roses (40460) – £11.99

Mark a special occasion with these LEGO® Roses (40460). They’re the perfect gift for Valentine’s Day, Mother’s Day or just to let someone know how much they’re cherished – and they’ll bring a beautiful burst of color when displayed in a vase. This easy-to-assemble set comes with 2 red blooms, green leaves and length-adjustable stems. Combine with LEGO Tulips (40461) to add extra color to this brick-built bouquet. The set is also compatible with the LEGO Flower Bouquet (10280).

• Show someone how special they are with this LEGO® Roses (40460) building kit. It makes the perfect Valentine’s, Mother’s Day or just-because gift.
• Includes 2 buildable red roses with adjustable stems.
• Each rose stem measures over 10 in. (26 cm) long – perfect for displaying in a vase.


Tulips (40461) – £8.99

Celebrate spring or any special occasion with these LEGO® Tulips (40461). They’re the perfect gift for Mother’s Day or just to let someone know how much they’re cherished. The easy-to-assemble set comes

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LEGO Botanical Collection 2021 Sets Revealed

LEGO will have a brand new theme for the 18+ line with the Botanical Collection and we have some official images of two sets coming out of Polish shop Bonito. These two sets will focus on the adult builders some realistic plant builds.


Flower Bouquet (10280) – 756 pieces


Bonsai Tree (10281) – 878 pieces

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