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10289-1: Bird of Paradise
Published 6 months ago
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One of the world’s most eye-catching plants, the Bird of Paradise can grow up to two meters tall. Now you can build your own tribute to this exceptional flower with the LEGO® Bird of Paradise (10289) building kit.

A beautiful centerpiece for home or office
Unlike a real flower, this plant doesn’t need watering – making it a top gift idea for plant lovers. The flowers and leaves can be repositioned, allowing you to style the plant to create your own unique Bird of Paradise display. With surprising LEGO elements, it makes a great conversation starter – do you see the little purple LEGO swords used to make the flower’s stamens?

A rewarding project
Part of the LEGO Botanical Collection for adults, this set offers you the chance to unwind by creating a beautiful flower decor piece to display. It’s a great choice if you’re looking for the best LEGO sets for adults. Take a look at the other collectible sets in the series including the LEGO Flower Bouquet (10280) and the LEGO Bonsai Tree (10281).

• The LEGO® Bird of Paradise (10289) model building set is a unique gift or mindful project for anyone who loves botanical decor, flowers and plants, or building creatively with LEGO pieces.
• Use the repositionable flowers and leaves to style the Bird of Paradise model and create your own display piece, presented in a black LEGO® flowerpot.
• Check out the unexpected LEGO® elements incorporated into the design, like the purple LEGO swords that make the flower’s stamens.
• This LEGO® Bird of Paradise is ideal for adults who love interesting LEGO building projects. Looking for the best LEGO gift sets for adults? This set also makes a great gift for plant lovers.
• As a guide, the tallest leaf limb measures over 18 in. (46 cm) high and the flowerpot measures over 5 in. (13 cm) in diameter.
• With a stylish black flowerpot, created from LEGO® elements, this beautiful model makes a stunning display piece and conversation starter for home or office.
• See the model sway, just like a real plant, when it’s placed in a light breeze.
• The LEGO® Bird of Paradise is part of the LEGO Botanical Collection. Check out other building sets in the collection, including the LEGO Flower Bouquet (10280) and the LEGO Bonsai Tree (10281).
• LEGO® building bricks are manufactured from high-quality materials. They’re consistent, compatible and connect and pull apart easily every time – it’s been that way since 1958.
• With LEGO® pieces, safety and quality come first. That’s why they’re rigorously tested so you can be sure that the model is as robust as it is beautiful.


Missing parts:
• 61332 - Technic Pin with Friction Ridges Lengthwise with No Center Slots
• 53923 - Hinge Cylinder 1 x 2 Locking with 1 Finger and Axle Hole on Ends without Slots
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6 months ago
Those studs must've been annoying
6 months ago
Those studs almost made me crying. Took me 2 days... But I had some experience from the Ship in the Bottle and the Bonsai Tree.
6 months ago
This is a new set yes? Bcs I have never heard of it- Oh and nice job! (The studs look painful to do- But that's what you get for doing the botanical collection anyway
6 months ago
I've replaced the render, because the sofa was terrible.
6 months ago
where did you get the building instructions? Thanks
6 months ago
Speed build video, probably
3 months ago
Bruh I was Just gonna make one
I am not gonna steal this model
3 months ago
You don't have to steal it, you can just make it as well...
3 months ago
They said that it is actually mostly founded in South Africa(also my most favourite plant) and it takes 3-5years to grow it and it can grow up to 2metres
2 months ago
Lol I cannot even render mine Lol
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