Laura left her boyfriend in their rural town to move to the city in the hope that her bisexuality wouldn't be so invisible. She's found the queer scene but is finding it difficult to connect to anyone there, and there are things she misses about her home. The only thing that feels right is her magic hiking boots, which make plants grow wherever she walks. It helps her recreate a tiny version of her parents' organic vegetable farm in her front yard. The tomatoes from her garden draw in Terri, a genderqueer person from down the road who stops to admire them. The two quickly form a bond, and Laura feels she's finally found someone to whom she really connects and with whom she could grow even closer—until a misunderstanding threatens to ruin everything.