The bottom line is that you have plenty of options to customize your bonsai and keep working on its shape, color, and design. When you get tired of your green bonsai, you can build the other version with the pink cherry blossoms. I completely forgot that I was not done building the set yet! You get two of them in this set. Although some of the pieces are different than in the green tree canopy, the overall idea is the same; you build ten identical assemblies, with one of them attached to the tree, and the other nine grouped into clusters of three assemblies and then attached to the tree branches. Which version of the tree do you prefer? The instruction booklets are also the same size, but thankfully the instruction for the bonsai feature light-gray pages instead of the difficult-to-see black pages of the bouquet. When you combine them, they fill the flowerpot just enough to reach the edge without falling out. You get fifty of each of light-nougat also called light-flesh by LEGO fans , medium-nougat, olive-green, and dark-tan. .
Both of these sets are part of the new LEGO Botanical Collection targeting adult LEGO fans, or even adult who are not yet LEGO fans but would be attracted by the beauty of these sets. The two curvy dark-brown root pieces are made of an older element that was originally used as an elephant trunk. Bags 1 contain the pieces to build the shallow flowerpot. This is another simple and clean design that matches the flowerpot very nicely. When I reached this point of building the set, I started playing with adjusting the canopy to make it look the best and admiring the tree from different angles.
By they way, switching out the green assemblies to the pink ones is super easy.
, and 40 dark-pink flowers, along with reddish-brown bicycle handlebars and other pieces to build the alternate version of the tree.
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Some of them are traditional bonsai trees using other types of leaf elements, while others are fantasy creations or something funny.
They look very nice mixed together and adding a bit of color to the whole arrangement.
I really like the use of rubber tires for the feet.
Bags 4 include all the green branches, leaves, and other parts to build the green tree canopy.
What do you think? And now your beautiful bonsai masterpiece is finally done! This is simple and elegant build with sleek lines.
They are attached to the main tree branches with a LEGO Technic pin, so all you have to do is pull out one assembly and replace it with the other one.
This is the first time the large round elbow bricks appear in reddish-brown, and they form the three large branches of the bonsai.
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