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Gary L. Wade

706-542-2861
Area(s) of Expertise: Ornamental Plants

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03/03/11 - UGA workshops help landscapers with cost calculations, bidding 02/24/11 - Size matters when selecting crape myrtles 02/24/11 - Palms add a tropical flair to Georgia landscapes 02/24/11 - 2011 edition of the Spring Garden Packet 08/19/10 - Plant pansies like the pros 08/12/10 - Landscape workshops focus on graphics, sustainability 07/29/10 - Don't eat a plant unless you can identify it 05/06/10 - Use deer-tolerant plants in your home landscape to keep wildlife at bay 03/04/10 - UGA workshop to help landscapers make better bids 02/18/10 - And the Georgia Gold Medal winners are… 02/18/10 - Diamond Frost Euphorbia puts on snowy summer show 02/18/10 - Herbaceous perennial winner is a butterfly magnet 02/18/10 - Evergreen groundcover a cheery garden edition 02/18/10 - Hydrangea adds limelight to gardens 02/18/10 - Giant tree adds impact to large landscapes 02/18/10 - 2010 edition of the annual Spring Garden Packet 01/07/10 - Tender plants need winter protection 11/30/09 - Holiday plants best for looking pretty, not eating 10/15/09 - Georgia/Florida green industry updates 10/08/09 - Annual exotic pest plant symposium set for Nov. 5 08/20/09 - Fall mulching on a budget 08/06/09 - Horticulture field day set for Sept. 25 02/26/09 - 2009 Georgia Gold Medal winners 02/26/09 - Take recycling to the next level by composting 10/16/08 - UGA workshop to help landscapers make better bids 09/11/08 - Video access makes green industry conference convenient 08/14/08 - Native plants 08/14/08 - Plant now and save water 08/14/08 - Georgia invasive plant workshop Sept. 19-20 in Gainesville 08/14/08 - Fall garden packet 2008 05/08/08 - Get sod ready on next “Gardening in Georgia” 05/08/08 - Water efficiency workshop May 21 in Atlanta 03/26/08 - Monkey grass apes turfgrass 03/03/08 - Landscape bidding workshops March 13-14 in Athens 02/21/08 - Paperbush adds heavenly scent to gardens 02/21/08 - Pride of Augusta a great vine for all of Georgia 02/21/08 - American Hornbeam adapts to diverse landscapes 02/21/08 - Good gardening can save you green 02/21/08 - And the gold medal winners are… 09/27/07 - Georgia-Florida Green Industry Updates Oct. 16-18 09/20/07 - If you can still water outdoors, plant in the fall 09/20/07 - Landscape cost estimating workshops set Oct. 25-26 09/06/07 - Invasive plant control workshop set in Statesboro 08/23/07 - Coastal exotic pest plant workshop set at Jekyll 04/18/07 - Spring blooms suffer late freeze damage 03/26/07 - Landscape cost estimating workshop in Athens 02/22/07 - Georgia Gold Medal plants are winners in landscape 02/22/07 - Madison takes Confederate jasmine to north Georgia 02/22/07 - Yellow azalea: 'Admiral Semmes' clearly a winner 02/22/07 - Fast-growing, pest-free Green Giant draws acclaim 11/21/06 - Simple care keeps pansies beautiful during winter 10/31/06 - Mulch volcano too much of good thing in landscape 10/27/06 - UGA offers landscape estimating, bidding software 10/10/06 - Business, skills workshop for landscape beginners 09/28/06 - Landscape cost estimating workshop set in Griffin 09/21/06 - Georgia-Florida Green Industry Updates Oct. 17-19 08/30/06 - Natural blanket keeps plants alive over winter 06/22/06 - Help landscape plants cope with deepening drought 06/08/06 - Sizzling summer heat scorching landscapes 05/09/06 - Green industry grappling with nonnative invaders 04/27/06 - Proper landscape plant spacing saves time, money 02/16/06 - Cuphea annual plants provide nonstop summer color 02/16/06 - Georgia Gold Medal give deserving plants a leg up 02/16/06 - Georgia Gold Medal winner offers warm 'snowballs' 02/16/06 - Wisteria? A Georgia Gold Medal winner? Get serious 02/16/06 - Award-winning groundcover offers true-blue flowers 02/16/06 - Overcup oak bulletproof Georgia Gold Medal winner 02/16/06 - Look out for alien invaders in Georgia woodlands 10/28/05 - Workshop teaches landscapers about pricing work 08/31/05 - Business, skills classes for landscape beginners 04/14/05 - Drain pipes offer alternative to hanging baskets 02/24/05 - Georgia Blue veronica a true-blue landscape winner 02/24/05 - Dragon Wing hits summer like a begonia on steroids 02/24/05 - Georgia Gold Medal give deserving plants a leg up 02/24/05 - Creeping raspberry covers tough landscape sites 02/24/05 - Landscape flash, fizzle? Stretch spring color show 02/24/05 - Glowing Embers not just another Japanese maple 02/24/05 - Rose Creek, Canyon Creek abelias hot new shrubs 01/20/05 - Winter a great time to correct landscape mistakes 09/16/04 - Georgia-Florida Green Industry Updates slated 08/19/04 - Business skills course for landscape pros Oct. 6-7 07/28/04 - Plant I.D. workshop for landscape pros Aug. 4 05/26/04 - Start drought-proofing your landscape now 02/16/04 - Georgia Gold Medals make choosing plants easy 02/16/04 - Summer Snowflake viburnum offers months of color 02/16/04 - Bald cypress not just for swamps anymore 02/16/04 - Don't let environment stress your landscape plants 02/16/04 - Don't be cause of landscape plants' stress 02/16/04 - Stop trying to grow turfgrass underneath trees 12/18/03 - Grounds management group starting Georgia branch 08/21/03 - Business, skills classes set for landscape beginners 08/21/03 - Green Industry Updates set Oct. 21-22, Nov. 4 04/03/03 - Green industry grows despite shrinking economy 02/21/03 - Cold-hardy palms grow throughout Georgia 02/21/03 - Georgia Gold Medal Winners can brighten landscape 02/21/03 - Containerized color saves water, time, money 01/29/03 - Landscape cost estimating workshop March 20-21 09/05/02 - 'Starting Landscape Business' Workshop Oct. 24-25 06/12/02 - Ornamental Grasses Have Much to Offer 04/02/02 - Droughtproof Landscape, Avoid Water-ban Panic 02/26/02 - Georgia Gold Medal Plants Named 02/21/02 - Some Suggested Evergreens for Screening Views 02/21/02 - Encore Azaleas Creating Quite a Stir 02/05/02 - Landscape Cost Estimating Workshop Set 08/15/01 - Workshops Set for Landscape Managers 08/15/01 - Updates For Landscape Pros Set Oct. 9, 17 07/24/01 - UGA Horticulture Tour Set for Sept. 28 06/25/01 - Ground Covers Make Landscape Less Thirsty 03/21/01 - Tour of UGA Campus Grounds May 18 07/19/00 - Help Plants Survive Watering Restrictions 04/03/00 - Simple Steps Help Landscape Handle Drought 01/27/00 - Storm-toppled Trees Not a Total Loss 09/16/99 - Plant Pros Encouraged to Join Selections Group 09/15/99 - Y2K Georgia Gold Medal Winners Rise to Occasion 08/18/99 - Heat, Drought Take Toll on Landscape Plants 08/11/99 - UGA Ornamental Open House Oct. 1 08/11/99 - Extreme Heat Sizzling Georgia Landscapes 05/06/99 - Coastal Cultivars Field Day Slated at Bamboo Farm 08/26/98 - Plant Picture-Perfect Pansies in October 07/08/98 - Plants Can't Read, but Enjoy a Good Newspaper 07/08/98 - Help Your Garden Plants Make It Through Summer 07/01/98 - Soapy Deer Solution Provides Temporary Landscape Relief 05/13/98 - Twice the Landscape for Half the Water 04/01/98 - Give Landscape Plants Best Chance of Success 02/05/98 - With Proper Care, Roses Make Lasting Impression 06/02/97 - Hay Bales Take Stoop Out of Gardening 02/24/97 - Winter Rains Can Sink Perennial Beds 02/03/97 - Winter Great for Correcting Landscape Mistakes 01/27/97 - Americans Spending Billions on Landscapes 08/19/96 - Ten Easy Steps to a More Low-Maintenance Landscape 07/08/96 - Water Your Landscape Without Water 11/27/95 - Recycle Fall Leaves, Put Landscape to Bed for Winter