The wild aster is an eye catching flowering shrub. This plant varies in size, anywhere between ankle and waist high. It ascends above competing greenery for sunlight. The flowers are mainly white in hue. From a distance they look like a light snowfall in frozen suspension. Closer examination revealed dime-sized flowers. Eleven or so pearly petals radiate around a burnt pink center. Twenty or so flowers grow from a single branch. Branches jut perpendicular to the thicker vine. Green to brown leaves grows at these intersections. The thickest a trunk can boast of are roughly thumb diameters. This whimsical plant dances with the wind.