The Azalean (ISSN-1085-5343) magazine is the journal of the Azalea Society of America. One of the major benefits of membership, it is published and mailed to the members in the spring, summer, fall and winter of each year.
Normally, each issue is 24 pages, 16 of them in color.
A searchable index of articles from 1979 to the present is available here. Tables of contents for each issue are shown. As the digitization project advances, members will be able to read the entire collection online while non-members will have access to all issues older than three years. Meanwhile almost all issues are available in hard copy!
Back issues of The Azalean are available at a cost of $2 for each copy for US delivery, or $4 for each copy for delivery to Canada & Mexico, and $7 for each copy delivered overseas.
We depend on our readers as the primary source of informative azalea-related articles in The Azalean. We welcome articles, whether rough or polished, on any and all aspects of azaleas, such as their care, their use in the landscape, azalea gardens, azaleas in the wild, azalea festivals, azalea hybrid groups, new azalea introductions, companion plants, . . ., and anything else relating to azaleas. Our editors, Barbara Stump and Pam Fitch, are ready to work with authors as appropriate. Send them an e-mail to discuss your interest in writing an article, or to send them your article. They prefer to get articles as Microsoft Word documents, with pictures as JPEG files at least 4 x 6 inches at 300 pixels per inch.