Little wild asters grow along the Creek Road where I gather many of the plant specimens I use on my pots. They don’t bloom until late August or early September, and even then, they do so very modestly, but I love the shape of their leaves. Here, I’ve used them on a chubby pitcher, glazed in celadon/oxide/black with red berry accents where the little aster flowers would bloom. 7.5″ tall by 9.5″ across to back of handle by 7.5″ diameter. Generous enough that if you drank all of the sangria in it yourself, you’d be pretty tipsy.