Clematis resources:
Clematis on the Web
A terrific place to go to explore and identify clematis varieties.

International Clematis Society
The premiere clematis organization. Tons of information, including in-depth article on many varieties.

British Clematis Society
Another great clematis organization with seed swaps for members.

Rogerson Clematis Garden
The most comprehensive collection of clematis within a public garden in North America.

Crazy About Clematis Facebook Group
One of several clematis-related groups on Facebook, this is the largest, with members from all over the world.

Social Media resources:
There are oddles of gardening groups on Facebook. One of particular interest to Mainers is the Plant Something Maine Gardening Facebook Group
A large, helpful group of gardeners. Post pictures of your garden or ask questions of community experts.

Instagram is full of inspiring gardens and gardeners. Here are a few of our favorites:
@nikijabbour; everything you need to know about vegetables in the Frozen North
@jammysgems; southern gardening at its finest.
@small-magical-garden; a plethera of gardening ideas.
@chanteclergardens; gardening from the other side of the planet - and gorgeous scenery!
@weratedogs; it's not ALL about plants!
And, because it IS all about clematis:
@scrolltrellis; really inovative support structures for your clematis
@oregonclematis; there might be shoes and cats in these posts, too...

Dave's Garden
This huge site has a large data base filled with plant information, plus forums for discusion of plant types and garden styles. And the home to Garden Watchdog!

National Gardening Association
The largest social media website dedicated exclusively to gardening. Forums, photos, a data base of plants and more.

Other Websites:
Garden Design is filled with ideas for garden design and style.

Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens is offering an amazing selection of online classes this spring and summer.

Herb resources:
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Choosing Herbs for Your Garden
Preservinging Herbs
Growing Basil
10 Things to do With Basil
Basic Pesto Recipe and Variations
8 Ideas for Using Rosemary
Wintering Rosemary
Growing and Using Mint
Growing and Using Oregano
Growing and Using Sage
Growing and Using Stevia

Growing Vegetables: Savvy Gardening is a great site, both for novice vegetable gardeners and for those looking for creative and innovative methods and solutions.

Gardener's Path offers lots of tips for planning and planting your first vegetable garden.