From an oversized, screened-in "party porch" to a modular outdoor bar that can be configured to fit your backyard's unique needs, this is the season of finding strange-yet-useful home goods at Costco. But just because summer's coming to a close doesn't mean Costco Girl Summer has to. A popular Instagram account called Costco Organic recently spotted an epic LEGO Dried Flower Centerpiece at the wholesaler—and we're convinced our love for the mega-retailer will last well into the holidays.

When most people think about LEGOs, you might envision a stack of random bricks haphazardly stacked on top of each other. However, this set is by no means child's play. The 812 pieces work together to create a lush bouquet of roses, daisies, and other seasonal foliage. (One that won't shrivel up after a few days.) LEGO might've found the perfect intersection of play and art in this arrangement, but it's also an excellent way to sneak in some family fun.

"Thanksgiving Day project for the teens," wrote Marie Clark, who runs the Costco Organic Instagram fan account. "No phones until they work together to get this 812-piece LEGO set done!"

LEGO Icons Dried Flower Centerpiece

Icons Dried Flower Centerpiece

LEGO Icons Dried Flower Centerpiece

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Festive decor that doubles as a conversation-starter? It's no wonder why Costco fans are fully on board with this find. "Wow, that’s so pretty," one commenter remarked. "All of a sudden I love Legos. I used to hate them as a kid." Another person simply remarked, "We need that one." Most stores sell the LEGO Icons Dried Flower Centerpiece for $50, Clark's post shows that it's available at Costco for $37. "Costco has the best price on these botanical sets," she adds.

The catch? Although Costco sells a bevy of festive LEGO sets—like this wildflower bouquet—the retailer doesn't sell this dried flower arrangement on its website. As the holidays creep closer, we have a feeling this find will make its debut on Costco's site; however, it's also available at retailers like Amazon and Target if you simply can't wait to get your hands on these blooms.

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Kelsey Mulvey is a freelance lifestyle journalist, who covers shopping and deals for Good Housekeeping, Women's Health, and ELLE Decor, among others. Her hobbies include themed spinning classes, Netflix, and nachos.