Look: First Images of the LEGO Botanical Collection 2023 Sets Surfaces Online

LEGO Botanical Collection 2023

Fans of LEGO’s brick-built floral collection will be glad to know that there will be two gorgeous addition to this LEGO Icons subtheme. The LEGO Botanical Collection 2023 sets will feature two bold and colorful designs that LEGO fans will be proud to build and display.

After the official reveal of the LEGO Botanical Collection Daffodils (40646) set several days ago, new information about its contemporaries surfaced online courtesy of Promobricks. In fact, we can look forward to having a Wildflower Bouquet and an exquisitely looking Dried Flower Centerpiece, with both sets designed by LEGO master builder Chris McVeigh.

Though LEGO is still mum about these sets’ details, Promobricks provides more than enough info for us to appreciate the beauty of these lovely brick centerpieces. Check out these details below.

Wildflower Bouquet (10313)

939 pieces | 59.99 Euros | To be released on February 1, 2023

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Image courtesy of Promobricks.


Dried Flower Centerpiece (10314)

812 pieces | 49.99 Euros | To be released on February 1, 2023

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Image courtesy of Promobricks.
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Image courtesy of Promobricks.

Both sets offer plenty of new and recolored pieces that will be pretty handy for MOCs and other modified creations. Though I am not a big fan of the theme, I have to say that these upcoming LEGO Botanical Collection 2023 sets are both stunning in their own rights. The Dried Flower Centerpiece is spot on, with the ingenious use of gears and textured elements to create that dried and dusty look. Additionally, you can connect 3 of these sets to create a larger, circular bouquet for a more magnificent design. Just don’t mistake it for a coffin spray and we’re all good.

I’ll update this post once LEGO.com has officially listed these beautiful creations online. Special thanks once more to Robert from Promobricks for sharing these images.

Author: Albert Balanza

Teacher, student, dad, AFOL, psych geek & everything in between. :)

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