LEGO Bouquet of Roses 10280

LEGO Bouquet of Roses Set

Dive into the romantic charm and detail of the Icons LEGO Bouquet of Roses set 10328, a stunning creation tailored for anone who wants to give (or receive) a dozen red roses. Whether you’re engaging in a sentimental building journey or offering it as a heartfelt gift, this enduringly crafted bouquet is a captivating idea, perfect for occasions such as Valentine’s Day or any other special moment.

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LEGO Bouquet of Roses
  • Set: 10328
  • Pieces: 822
  • Release date: Jan 1 2024
  • Age: 18+
  • Minifigs: 0
  • Original US Price: $59.99

It is rare that I blog about two different LEGO plants in sequential posts, but as soon as I heard about the announcement of this set, I knew I had to jump on it quickly and share it with you! Be sure to enter your email above to get notices like this when new sets are announced.

When will LEGO Bouquet of Roses be Released?

I just leaned that the latest LEGO Icons set LEGO bouquet of roses will be released on Jan 1 2024. It is expected to cost 59.95, which is quite a good price, considering I’ve spent more than that on real flowers. For a LEGO flower Bouquet this is quite a good deal, and I’ll be adding it to my collection.

Let your Imagination Bloom

The new LEGO bouquet of roses is an impressive flower display that you can build yourself! There are a total of a dozen long stem roses surrounded by brick build baby’s breath. This impressive flower display brings joy to both the builder and the recipient. You weren’t going to keep them for yourself, were you?

This makes a perfect flower gift – it brings such a joy to anyone around with it’s realistic petal shapes.

Regular roses die after a week or so, but these beautiful flowers live forever. You just need to dust them every so often!

There are a total of 12 different long stem red roses as LEGO Flowers. You may recall that this Isn’t the first time LEGO has made roses – as they also have the $12.95 LEGO Roses 40460 set.

A unique gift to build together

If you look carefully, on the front of the box is the symbol for build together. That’s a new LEGO iniative where you can build the set with a friend (or more).

This set comes in 6 bags.

There are also 3 different flower and leaf varieties.

  • Tight Rose Bud
  • Partial Rose Bloom
  • Full Red Rose Bloom

Plus you get tiny white flowers that resembles babys breath, a common accompanyment to a bouquet of the stems of a dozen red roses.

Other sets in the Botanical collection

Part of the LEGO Botanical collection, you can create wonderful arrangements with these sets. Each impressive flower display is based on real flowers and makes for gerat gifts for mother’s day, anniversaries, or a last minute valentines day gift. Most are right around $50 or less!

Which of these sets will be your next creative project? All the different arrangements make for a unique display, and the way the LEGO components are used makes for a great way to learn about new MOC techniques.

Plants from Plants

A couple of years ago, LEGO introduced “Plants from Plants,” a pioneering initiative aimed at revolutionizing the construction toy industry and began embarking on a new sustainable journey. This eco-friendly endeavor seeks to replace traditional plastic in LEGO bricks with a cellulose-based material derived from plants. That’s right, they use sustainably sourced sugarcane to make LEGO bricks!

By harnessing the power of nature, LEGO is committed to reducing its environmental impact and carbon footprint. The “Plants from Plants” initiative not only transforms the way LEGO bricks are manufactured but also underscores the company’s dedication to creating a more sustainable and earth-conscious play experience. This innovative step not only aligns with growing environmental concerns but also inspires a greener mindset among both children and adults, demonstrating that building a brighter future can start with the toys we play with today.

I don’t know if thisLEGO flower Bouquet incorporates any of these elements, but I would like to think they do!

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