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Lou Anella, Professor

Lou Anella, Ornamentals ProfessorLou Anella, Professor and Director, The Botanic Garden at OSU
Department of Horticulture and Landscape Architecture
358 Agricultural Hall
Stillwater, OK  74078

Office: 355 Ag Hall
Phone: 405-744-6593
Fax: 405-744-9709
lou.anella@okstate.edu

Education

PhD:  Ornamental Horticulture, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY
MS:    Ornamental Horticulture, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY
BA:     Vassar College, Poughkeepsie, NY

Websites

Teaching Activities

Fall Classes:

  • HORT 2010 (352) Landscape Contracting Internship
  • HORT 2513 Herbaceous Plant Materials (Fall of Even Years)
  • HORT 2613 Woody Plant Materials
  • HORT 4713 Public Garden Management (Fall of Odd Years)

Spring Classes:

  • HORT 3513 Landscape Irrigation
  • HORT 3612 Bidding and Estimating (Spring of Odd Years)
  • HORT 4773 Applied Landscape Planning (Spring of Even Years)

Recent Publications

Anella, L. and D. Harris. 2013. On-demand Greenhouse Irrigation. Greenhouse Grower. Sept. 12, 2013.

Anella, L. 2013. Southern Plains Regional Report, Tough Ground Covers. Fine Gardening. The Taunton Press, April, 150:78.

Anella, L. 2012. Southern Plains Regional Report, Ground Covers. Fine Gardening. The Taunton Press, in press.

Anella, L. 2012. Southern Plains Regional Report, Perennial Hole Fillers. Fine Gardening. The Taunton Press, August, 146:75.

Anella, L. 2009. Southern Plains Regional Report, The best shady foliage. Fine Gardening. The Taunton Press, June, 127:30.

Anella, L., T. Hennessey, and E. Lorenzi. 2008. Research Note: Growth of balled-and-burlapped versus bare-root trees in Oklahoma, USA. Arboriculture and Urban Forestry 34:200-203.

Anella, L., T.C. Hennessey, and E.M. Lorenzi. 2008. Growth of Balled-and-Burlapped Versus Bare-Root Trees in Oklahoma, U.S. Arborist News 17(3):56.