This wheel-thrown stoneware tall lidded jar has been impressed with the leaves of a thriving jimson weed plant that I found growing in a remote field on a friend’s property. The jimson was blooming at the time, with big, glorious white flowers that look like giant morning glories. It’s also called ”devil’s snare” and is part of the nightshade family. All parts are toxic. The little red ”berries” I put on this jar do not do the jimson weed’s real seed-pods justice at all—they are fabulous spiky things. The bird on top of this jar is the guardian of its many secrets. 13.5” tall by 5.5” diameter.