"There are no exhaust fans," he said, saying the plants are grown in the most natural and healthy way possible.
While some of the more colorful plants will not be grown at the market over the winter, Bud said the market will have a lot of poinsettias and other winter plants, as well as the tropical plants the market has in the warmer months, which grow under temperatures of about 72 degrees. The market will be closed only in the month of February, so that the employees and owners will have a short vacation.
Whether it is the plants, the produce, the gifts or the specialty jams and sauces the market stocks, Cathy said, customers will find most of the goods are made and grown locally.
For more information about George's Market, visit their Web site at http://www.georges-market.com/site/.