Botanical Sets Coming Soon

News of the January 2021 LEGO® sets continues to trickle in. The first images of botanical sets coming soon from the LEGO® Group recently surfaced at Canadian retailers. Amazon posted pictures of 18+ sets, including a bonsai tree and flower bouquet. Additionally, LEGO.com is advertising what appear to be seasonal roses and tulips sets. The sets are another interesting new avenue appealing to adult collectors. Check out the specifics below.

10280 – Flower Bouquet

  • NAME: Flower Bouquet
  • SET #: 10280
  • THEME: Botanical Collection
  • COST: $69.99 CAD
  • BRICK COUNT: 756
  • COST-PER-BRICK: $0.093 (excellent value)
  • RELEASE DATE: January 1, 2021

10281 – Bonsai Tree

  • NAME: Bonsai Tree
  • SET #: 10281
  • THEME: Botanical Collection
  • COST: $69.99 CAD
  • BRICK COUNT: 878
  • COST-PER-BRICK: $0.080 (excellent value)
  • RELEASE DATE: January 1, 2021

40460 – Roses

  • NAME: Roses
  • SET #: 40460
  • THEME: Home Decor
  • COST: $16.99 CAD
  • BRICK COUNT: 120
  • COST-PER-BRICK: $0.142 (average)
  • RELEASE DATE: TBD

40461 – Tulips

  • NAME: Tulips
  • SET #: 40461
  • THEME: Home Decor
  • COST: $12.99 CAD
  • BRICK COUNT: 111
  • COST-PER-BRICK: $0.117 (average)
  • RELEASE DATE: TBD

These sets represent two different themes. The Botanical Collection appears more intricate in design and targets older builders. The LEGO® Group advertises the Roses and Tulips sets as “home decor”. However the set numbers closely resemble those types of sets usually classified as “seasonal” or “iconic”. Interestingly, the product descriptions for the Roses and Tulips indicate they are compatible with each other as well as with the Flower Bouquet set from the new Botanical Collection. The home decor sets do not have a release date, however the product descriptions state they make a great Valentines or Mother’s Day gift. What do you think of the botanical sets coming soon from the LEGO® Group? Feel free to comment below or reach out on social media. I know I am looking forward to modifying that bonsai tree for my city’s Ninjago district 😉

Until next time,

-Tom

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