This little weed vase has been impressed with invasive honeysuckle vine and leaves and embellished with red clay “berries” where the flowers would bloom. Honeysuckle flowers of this species release a gorgeous, heady fragrance, especially in the evenings (twice a year!) that make most of us Virginians forgive the invasiveness, even when the vines have totally taken over our gardens. Oh well. There are worse things than huge bouquets of wildly twisted, blooming honeysuckle. 6.5″ tall by 4.5″ diameter.