Pre-order the new Lego Mini Plants set just in time for the holidaysReading Time: 2 minutes
Green thumb not required.
Gardening through the winter comes with some challenges. From snow storms to frigid overnight lows, the joy of gardening tends to hibernate during the winter. But this year could be different thanks to the new Lego set that launches on Dec. 1.
If you’re shopping for your favorite gardener this holiday season, pre-orders have begun on the Lego Tiny Plants set at both Amazon and Lego’s online store for $49.99. With the release set for Dec. 1, the Tiny Plants launch perfectly aligns with holiday gift-giving season.
Featuring 758 pieces, the Tiny Plants Building Set has nine flora displays, each nestled into a buildable terracotta pot. The plants span easy, medium, and advanced levels of building so there’s something for every type of Lego fan in the set, although Lego recommends the set for those aged 18 and up.
The plants include projects from an arid environment, the tropics, and carnivorous species. Spend your winter break building a prickly pear or pincushion cacti without getting pricked. You can also opt for the Venus fly trap or pitcher plant. If you prefer a trip to the tropics, the jade plant and false shamrock are your builds. The tallest of the Tiny Plants measures over 6.5 inches tall and four inches wide. The new set is part of the Lego Botanical Collection which uses elements of plastic made from sugarcane.
If you have an avid gardener on your shopping list or you’d like to add a pop of color to your winter decor, the latest Lego Tiny Plants set is available for pre-order with a release date set for Dec. 1.
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