Rain is terrible when you’re trying to give tours of your new garden.
But it’s great for the spinach, sweet potatoes and purple passion fruit rapidly taking root.
On a very rainy day, Kelsey Pharr Elementary third graders Ronnield Luna and Jeffrey Arroyo are showing grownups around what used to be a grass field.
Now the school in Miami’s Brownsville neighborhood has several thousand square feet of all kinds of fruit and vegetables.
Some you can find at your supermarket.