This field of LEGO daffodils is proof that spring has sprung
Even though many of us suffered from a heavy snowstorm a few weeks back, it’s no secret that spring is in the air. And what better way to celebrate it than with a field of LEGO daffodils? Okay, so it might not be too practical or even have the same essence as the real deal, but hey — at least the brick toy version of the popular flower won’t bring about any bugs.
The town of Hull in the UK decided to celebrate the season with a little bit of LEGO magic. In honor of Hull’s City of Culture 2017 event, a meadow of 1,700 LEGO flowers has bloomed, and according to residents, it’s simply delightful.
Pretty incredible, right? It’s totally giving us Gilmore Girls vibes. (Of course, in Lorelai’s case, it was 1,000 yellow daisies. Close enough.)
In fact, it was the perfect way to perk up the town. And hey — no maintenance required.
"It's been a great pleasure to see daffodils in bloom across the city and this new and very special bed of flowers will bring a further burst of colour to Hull's beautifully transformed public realm," said Hull 2017 director Martin Green.
Hull will have the display up until Tuesday, April 18th. From there, Hull residents can take the daisies home with them on a first-come, first-serve basis, according to Hull Daily Mail. It’s safe to say that the entire idea is absolutely flawless.
Who knows? Maybe they’ll inspire a few more towns to do something similar. After all, LEGO fanatics are everywhere.