Welcome to our LEGO® Plant category, where you can bring your LEGO creations to life with a touch of greenery! Our plant selection has everything you need to turn your dull gray LEGO builds into vibrant, lush landscapes. From tiny flowers to towering trees, our plants come in all shapes and sizes, allowing you to create a world that's both beautiful and bountiful. Plus, the LEGO plants are made from high-quality materials, ensuring that they'll stay vibrant and fresh-looking for years to come. So why settle for a barren wasteland when you can create a verdant paradise with our LEGO® Plant category? Start building today and let your imagination bloom!

Short overview of the most important LEGO Plant pieces

  1. Trees: LEGO trees come in different sizes and shapes, ranging from small saplings to large trees with many branches and leaves. They are usually green, but some trees have flowers or fruit attached.

  2. Bushes: LEGO bushes are smaller than trees and are designed to add foliage to LEGO scenes. They come in different shapes and sizes and can be used to create hedges or shrubs.

  3. Flowers: LEGO flowers come in many different colors and shapes, including roses, daisies, and sunflowers. They can be used to add a splash of color to LEGO scenes.

  4. Vegetables: LEGO vegetables are designed to look like real vegetables, such as carrots, tomatoes, and corn. They are usually small and can be used to create gardens or farm scenes.

  5. Leaves: LEGO leaves come in different shapes and sizes and can be used to add foliage to trees or bushes. They are usually green, but some leaves have different colors to represent changing seasons.

  6. Grass: LEGO grass pieces are small and can be used to cover the ground in LEGO scenes. They come in different shades of green and can be used to create lawns, fields, or meadows.

  7. Vines: LEGO vines are long and flexible and can be used to create climbing plants. They can be attached to trees or buildings to add a touch of nature to LEGO scenes.

Some Fun facts about LEGO Plants

  1. There are currently over 60 different LEGO plant pieces, including trees, bushes, flowers, and even vegetables.

  2. The largest LEGO tree stands in LEGOLAND Japan and was constructed using over 800,000 LEGO pieces.and is a cherry blossom tree

  3. The LEGO Group has a team of designers who specialize in creating new plant pieces and improving existing ones.

  4. Some LEGO plant pieces are designed to be interchangeable, allowing builders to create their own custom plants