The new sets are additions to the LEGO Botanical Collection.

LEGO flower bouquets
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Don't have a green thumb? No problem. LEGO is here to help fans let their creativity bloom.

Last month, the toy company unveiled two new sets to add to their massive toy catalog, under what is being touted as the LEGO Botanical Collection.

Composed of a LEGO Flower Bouquet and a LEGO Bonsai Tree, the new botanical collection includes "a number of elements made from plant-based plastic, produced using sustainably sourced sugarcane," according to a press release.

"While many people seek out green spaces to destress and relax, adults can now bring a touch of nature into their home and unwind as they create and customize their botanical builds," the release adds.

LEGO bouquet pieces
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Described as "anything but ordinary" and an item that "won't wilt," the LEGO Flower Bouquet is a 756-piece set that can be customized by buyers.

LEGO fans can choose from a combination of snapdragons, roses, poppies, asters and daises—as well as different grasses—and the flower stems are adjustable, making it possible to modify the arrangement to fit any type of vase.

LEGO bouquet box
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LEGO bonsai tree box
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The LEGO Bonsai Tree on the other hand is a bit larger and comes as an 878-piece set, with pieces that LEGO users can set as either green leaves or pink cherry blossoms.

The model also comes with a rectangular pot and a slatted wood-effect LEGO stand, and if fans look close enough, LEGO adds that they may even notice the little frogs that make up each blossom.

"As adults look for new ways to switch off and relax, we're delighted to be able to help them seek solace from their busy everyday lives as they immerse themselves in creating these beautiful botanical builds," Jamie Berard, Design Lead at the LEGO Group, said. "The customizable elements and mindful building experience will hopefully help them express their personality as their creativity blossoms."

The two sets—which are both currently sold out—became available earlier this month on LEGO's website, as well as in LEGO Stores and other retailers globally.

A representative for LEGO tells PEOPLE that the company is "restocking often," and that you can find the collection "in-store in certain areas when not online."

The LEGO Flower Bouquet can be designed to be over 14 inches high, and the set is priced from $49.99, while the LEGO Bonsai Tree stands at 7 inches tall when fully complete and is priced from $49.99 as well.


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