For those who’re in search of a much less apparent Mom’s Day present for subsequent weekend then there’s a stall at Waterloo Station that’s promoting Lego flowers.
It’s Mom’s Day subsequent week, on March 19 (the UK date is completely different to the US, so didn’t get caught out), and which means one other battle to seek out one thing new and attention-grabbing to present your mum as a gift.
Flowers are conventional however what isn’t is flowers fabricated from Lego which, maybe surprisingly, have turn out to be probably the most common new traces in recent times.
The Lego Botanical vary now encompasses a number of completely different crops and flowers, starting from a pair of roses to a bonsai tree or orchid.
To promote the vary, Lego has arrange a flower stall at Waterloo Station that reveals off varied units from the vary, interspersed amongst precise actual flowers.
It’s already turn out to be one thing of a vacationer attraction, not least as a result of, from a distance, it’s onerous to inform they’re not actual. Though it’ll solely be there for right this moment: Thursday, March 9.
For those who can’t make it to Waterloo although all Lego shops shall be working a ‘Make & Take’ promotion this weekend, the place you’ll be able to go to the shop and construct your personal customized crops and flowers.
You could find a listing of the entire Botanicals vary on the Lego web site, which incorporates quite a few units which are £12 or much less, with small bunches of Sunflowers, Roses, Daffodils, and Tulips.
The extra advanced units together with the Bonsai Tree, Orchid, a Flower Bouquet, and a customisable show of Succulents – all of which price £45 every.
The costliest set is the Fowl of Paradise, which comes with its personal brick-built vase and prices £90.
The 2 latest units are the Dried Flower Centrepiece for £45 and the Wildflower Bouquet for £55.
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