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!

Search the Bank

Latin or Common Name

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!

Seed Bank

Notes: A. hirtella is an amazing, and unusual inclusion for any prairie restoration or sunny, well-drained spot in the garden. A. hirtella is of special...


Notes: A. incarnata is one of our favorites for wet areas in any garden or restoration project. It attracts pollinators like bumble bees, sweat bees,...

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Notes: A. syriaca are stunning and fragrant wildflowers that make perfect additions to sunny gardens and restoration sites. They propagate through seed dispersal as well...


Notes: A. tuberosa has a tuberous and firborous root system. The tuber is a large, specialized root that stores energy. As a result of this...


Notes: While not particularly appealing to monarch caterpillars due to the thin leaves, A. verticillata is still attractive to butterflies, bees, and wasps!

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