LEGO Botanical Orchid & Succulents Sets To Release 1 May

In Malaysia, they are priced at RM219.90 each

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The LEGO Group recently announced two new additions to its Botanical Collection; a LEGO Orchid set and a LEGO Succulents selection set.

LEGO Orchid (10311)

This new set features six large flowers and two newly opened flowers which can be customised.

It also comes with a LEGO built blue fluted vase and bark mix made from LEGO elements completes  the set’s look. 

The design of this set was inspired by a real Orchid we had in the office throughout the design process, so we could see how the flower changed through the seasons. 

A challenge with this set was creating a cylindrical pot from LEGO elements that would be fun to build but also beautiful to look at.

The LEGO Group, lead designer, Michael Psiaki.

The LEGO Succulents set consists of nine individual succulents in their own containers. The separate plants and cacti can be built and connected together or displayed individually.

LEGO Succulents (10309)

The Succulents set comes with three separate building instructions so friends and family can build together.

They say having succulents in a room helps you focus, and we hope this set gives the same feeling.

We wanted to create a set that offers a relaxing and mindful building experience to help adults switch off from their busy lives and to most importantly re-focus on something they enjoy.

The  Lego Group senior designer, Anderson Ward Grubb.

The LEGO Orchid (10311) set and the LEGO Succulents set (10309) will be available from 1 May at LEGO Certified Stores, LEGO Official Store on Lazada and Shopee, LEGOLAND, as well as major retailers and department stores in Malaysia. 

They are priced at RM 219.90 each.

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