LEGO Flowerpot (40588) Gift-With-Purchase Set Officially Revealed

LEGO Flowerpot

Following the official reveal of the LEGO Houses of the World 2, we now have another promotional set that deserves a spot in your LEGO flora collection. The beautifully brick-rendered LEGO Flowerpot (40588) is our next gift-with-purchase set to watch out for.

LEGO Flowerpot

Currently listed on LEGO’s Australian web store, the LEGO Flowerpot is valued at $40 and comes in at 292 pieces. As of this post, this promotional set is not yet listed at LEGO.com US and details on how to redeem this set are not yet published. But given the value of this set, it is likely that it may also be offered for free once you reach a minimum LEGO spend of $250 or more.

The LEGO Flowerpot is inspired by LEGO’s Botanical Collection featuring several springtime favorites such as cherry blossoms and billy buttons. Its box art comes in a predominantly lavender color and also bears LEGO’s limited-edition branding at the bottom.

I’ll keep you posted once more details come in, especially about this set’s promo mechanics. In the meantime, check out the rest of its product details and images below.

LEGO Flowerpot (40588)

292 pieces | Gift-with-purchase set valued at $39.99 

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Enjoy a mindful building project with a display piece to cherish as you build all the details of this LEGO® Flowerpot (40588). The elegant flowerpot holds LEGO interpretations of springtime favorites such as cherry blossoms, billy buttons, and other blooms. This LEGO flower-building set makes a great gift for plant lovers or anyone aged 12 and over with a passion for home decor.

  • LEGO® flower building set – The flowerpot comes with LEGO versions of springtime flowers including cherry blossom, Salix discolor, and billy buttons
  • A gift for home decor fans – This LEGO® Flowerpot (40588) set makes a mindful building project for anyone with a passion for plants or home decoration
  • Measurements – The model measures over 29 cm (11 in.) high, 12 cm (4 in.) wide, and 12 cm (4 in.) deep

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