In the category of “Good Ideas to Copy” Kenosha wins hands down! They did a great job incorporating edibles into their Demonstration Garden and used unique “containers” such as an obsolete satellite dish, an old Papasan chair, and other unusual items to hold their plantings. To further the theme of “AAS Recipe for Success” Kenosha County adorned many containers with cooking utensils and displayed AAS Edible Winners of interest. AAS Winner Butterscotch squash grew in straw bales with signage stating: “Don’t bale on squash! AAS winning squash adds vitamin A and fiber to your diet!” Patio Choice Yellow tomatoes grew in a sink – “Sink your teeth into an AAS winning Patio Choice Yellow tomato.” And their Lawnchair Learning educational series caught the judge’s eyes. Ingenuity, creativity, and innovation really showed through this summer in Kenosha County!