To be specific, the new building is the Romantic Pavilion, which is a lovely white, pink, and green item that would fit in perfectly with your Romantic Gazebo, if you chose to purchase that item when it was released a few days ago. However, if you'd like to complete your pair of items by purchasing this Romantic Pavilion, you'll be required to pay 15 Farm Cash to do so. You'll receive 1500 experience points for making the purchase, but we all know that that's secondary to just how pretty this item really is.
Meet us behind the break for a look at the other newly released items.
The four new decorative items are split 3 to 1 in terms of which items are premium, and which are available for coins. The three premium items are the Cupig statue (think Cupid, only a pig) which costs 12 Farm Cash, the Heart Pool that costs 20 Farm Cash, and the Rainbow Finches decorative animal item, which will set you back 15 Farm Cash.
If you're interested in purchasing the Heart Pool, it should be noted that this is a simply massive item, compared to the other decorations that we've seen released in the past, and is actually bigger than many of the buildings released in the game. It's very likely that you'd need to move around some decorations in order to make it fit on your farm, but if you went through with it, you'd earn a whopping 2,000 experience points as a reward for your purchase.
The final new decoration is the Anemone flower garden. Comprised of pink, purple, and white flowers, this flower bed could really be left out on your farm all year round, well into Spring or at least until after Valentine's Day proper has come and gone. It doesn't scream of love and romance, which many will consider a good thing, and it can be added to your farm for just 10,000 coins (that's cheap enough to allow you to buy multiple!).
All five of these items (including the Romantic Pavilion) will be available in the game's store for the next 14 days. Make sure to pick up the items you'd like sooner, rather than later, so you're guaranteed to get the items you'd like.
Check out the rest of our Valentine's Day 2011 coverage right here.
Which of these five items will you most likely add to your farm? Will you leave the Anemone flower beds out even after Valentine's Day is over? Let us know in the comments.