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Lego’s new indoor plant sets include an orchid you actually won’t kill

You can build the Lego Orchid and Lego Succulents sets however you want, without ever needing to water them.

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Kick back and relax

There’s something so soothing about building a chill Lego set. These two releases from Lego’s Botanical Collection won’t take too long to assemble, but you can keep changing up the look of them afterward.

And, the best part of it is you don’t even need to water or take care of them once you’re finished.

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Fully assembled, the 608-piece Lego Orchid set will include the orchid itself, the blue fluted vase, and the replica soil inside the vase.

Lego also hid some repurposed pieces throughout both of its Botanical Collections sets.

Just like the other sets from Lego’s Botanical Collection, there’s a lot of customizability.

For the Lego Orchid set, you can rotate the stems, roots, and leaves, or arrange the six large flowers and two newly-opened flowers however you want.

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If you’re looking for something that’s more modular, the Lego Succulents set makes for nine different succulents that each have their own containers.

The 771-piece set lets you decide if you want to have them all together as one display or spread throughout your apartment as solo pieces.

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Put your floral arrangement skills to the test by setting up the succulents in your own style.

Lego absolutely nailed the design of these two Botanical Collection sets. All the little details with the orchid set makes it look like it has even more life than those lame plastic plants.

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Up for pre-order

Both the Lego Orchid and the Lego Succulents sets cost $50 and are available for pre-order now on Lego’s website and at some retailers. Lego said the two sets are due to ship May 1, in time for Mother’s Day.

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