FarmVille LE English Countryside Decorations: Flower Barrow, Garden Pond & More
Looking to add even more of a British charm to both your FarmVille Home Farm and your second farm in the English Countryside? You'll be happy to know that Zynga has released some new decorative items in the current English Countryside limited edition item theme this afternoon that will allow you to do just that.
Some of these items, like the Garden Pond, Stone Bridge, and Flower Barrow can be purchased on both your Home Farm or your second farm in England, while a group of other items (that we'll get to in a moment) are only available to purchase in the English Countryside. The Garden Pond costs 15 Farm Cash, the Stone Bridge costs 250,000 coins, and the Flower Barrow goes for 120,000 coins.
Meet us behind the break for a look at the England-specific new decorative items.
If you don't mind spending money on items that have to be placed on your English Countryside farm, you can purchase a Queen's Guard gnome (cute little fella, isn't he?) for 15 Farm Cash, a Drystone Wall (fencing) for 5,000 coins per piece, and two items called the Spring Meadow and Lush Grass for 2,000 and 1,000 coins each, respectively.
While the images of these two items might make them seem like new landscape options to change the look of your grass, these are instead simply square decorative items about the size of a crop plot that can be placed up against one another to create larger areas that take on that overall appearance [see below]. As such, while you can freely place as many of these items on your land as you'd like, know that you can't place any other item on top of them, so this could definitely limit your overall space on your land.
No matter which item(s) you choose to purchase, you'll only have the next two weeks to do so, after which these items will be removed from the store.
Check out the rest of our English Countryside coverage right here.
Will you purchase any of these items for your English Countryside farm, or would you rather decorate your Home Farm instead? Let us know in the comments.