How to use seed bank:

Here you can search TAP’s extensive seed bank of native Oklahoma wildflowers, grasses, and trees.  The bank is under constant growth, so if you don’t see the species you want, check back later or contact us! If you would like plant plugs or seeds, please see the request form below!

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What if I want plugs of specific species?

If you would rather not go through the hassle of growing the plants from seed, don’t worry! TAP will gladly grow your requested plants for you. Just select the “Plant” checkbox in the request form.

I've submitted my request form. Now what do i do?

Once you have submitted your plant and seed request form, someone from the TAP staff will contact you to discuss processing specifics and strategies!

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Historical Uses: The Cherokee Nation was reported to use A. millefolium for a number of reasons including an antihemorrhagic, infusions taken for fever, dried leaves...

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Historical Uses: The Cherokee Nation was reported to use A. altissima as an antidiarrheal, diuretic, and febrifuge. The roots were also used as stimulants and...

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Historical Uses: The Kiowa Nation was reported to use long stems as a foundation for bedding material. The Lakota Nation was reported to use the...

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