Teacher Samuel J. Wims talks to his first-grade students about the Cotton Candy Strawberry Tree, which produces small red berries that taste like cotton candy, on Tuesday Oct. 25, 2016. The project is part of the Edible Garden Initiative at Kelsey Pharr Elementary School, a project sponsored by The Education Fund, a nonprofit that works to improve and innovate public education in Miami-Dade County.
Teacher Samuel J. Wims talks to his first-grade students about the Cotton Candy Strawberry Tree, which produces small red berries that taste like cotton candy, on Tuesday Oct. 25, 2016. The project is part of the Edible Garden Initiative at Kelsey Pharr Elementary School, a project sponsored by The Education Fund, a nonprofit that works to improve and innovate public education in Miami-Dade County. C.M. GUERRERO cmguerrero@elnuevoherald.com
Teacher Samuel J. Wims talks to his first-grade students about the Cotton Candy Strawberry Tree, which produces small red berries that taste like cotton candy, on Tuesday Oct. 25, 2016. The project is part of the Edible Garden Initiative at Kelsey Pharr Elementary School, a project sponsored by The Education Fund, a nonprofit that works to improve and innovate public education in Miami-Dade County. C.M. GUERRERO cmguerrero@elnuevoherald.com

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