Here’s our quick review of the upcoming 10329 – Tiny Plants from the Botanical Collection coming to LEGO stores near us in December 2023

Box Experience


The set is designed to be tandem built by 3 different people with 3 sets of instructions and 6 packages of LEGO elements, if you so wish. Each set of 2 packages contain the elements to build 3 flowers from each of the 3 different collections, Arid Plants, Tropical Plants or Carnivorous Plants. The collection is designed by LEGO Model designer, Theo Bonner.

The Build

Each sub-collection consists of a small pot, medium pot and large pot. The build of each same sized pot across the 3 sub-collections is the same with the difference being with the plants contained within.

Arid Plants

The 3 plants, from small to big are the Britton’s Liveforever, Eastern Prickly Pear and Pincushion Cactus. The tiles on the cactus are printed 🙂

Tropical Plants

The 3 plants, from small to big are False Shamrock, Jade Plant and Laceleaf.
Plenty of purple butterflies and green flatcaps were used for the two smaller plants while the laceleaf utilizes seashell elements

Carnivorous Plants.

The 3 plants, from small to big are the Venus Flytrap, Red Sundew and Yellow Pitcher Plant.
Brushes were used to represent the sundew “petals” sticktraps while the middle flower is represented by pink shoulder pads.
Some may be surprised that the Venus Flytrap is so tiny given its many depictions as a giant plant in popular fiction but the relative size is pretty accurate in our books.


Our significant other will definitely be hijacking some of the pots for office decoration. This speaks volumes for the attraction of the botanical collection to otherwise passive LEGO fans. The set works as a table/countertop decoration for home and offices alike. 4.5/5 start for us!
It releases in December 2023 with a street price of USD49.99.

The set used for the review was sent to us by The LEGO Group for the purpose of an honest review. Provision of sets do not in any way influence or guarantee a positive review.



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