Green Bay reinvented the term Foodscaping and called their project “Ediscaping” and exclusively used AAS Winners dating from 1939 to the present. In their children’s garden, they utilized 5 different beds to demonstrate multiple designs mixing ornamental and edible varieties. One bed used Queen Sofia marigold as a centerpiece then arranged tomatoes in a diamond pattern around the flowers. Another bed featured Bright Lights Swiss chard and Prizm kale arranged in half-moons with other edibles and ornamentals creating a medley of color. Lastly, another bed had a “heat” theme featuring rows of hot peppers, including Emerald Fire and Flaming Flare. Ornamentals such as Zowie!™ Yellow Flame zinnia and Ring of Fire sunflower completed that bed. All produce was harvested from these beds by ASPIRO, an organization creating opportunities for people with disabilities to reach goals, connect the community, and achieve independence. Almost 300 pounds of produce was donated to Paul’s Pantry, a local food pantry.