The following public databases and other sites provide in-depth information on a variety of plant species.
- The interactive HerbMed database provides hyperlinked access to the scientific data underlying the use of herbs for health. Some information is public; some requires a fee.
- The American Botanical Council website and database provide information on herbal medicine.
- The Literature on archaeological remains of cultivated plants 1981-2004 lists plants found among archaeological remains in Europe, and provides a bibliographic resource for each entry.
- The Moerman Native American Ethnobotany database provides information on cultural uses of plants by Native Americans.
- The USDA Plants Database provides general scientific information.
- The downloadable USDA Agricultural Research Service Medicinal Plants Excel File provides bibliographic information on the medicinal uses of more than 5,000 plants.
- The Kansas Herbs Fact Sheets page provides fact sheets on 30 different native plants, as well as information on growing herbs for home use and a business planning guide.
- The University of Wyoming provides a Rocky Mountain Herbarium site.
- Botanical Liaisons’ mission is to establish a successful value-based business supporting biological and cultural diversity by effectively adapting traditional intellectual property into socially sound projects which are mutually beneficial to native communities and creative entrepreneurs in the natural products marketplace.
- The American Indian Health and Diet Project is a website devoted to recovering the health of Indigenous peoples.
- Native Seeds/SEARCH conserves, distributes and documents the adapted and diverse varieties of agricultural seeds, their wild relatives and the role these seeds play in cultures of the American Southwest and northwest Mexico.
- The EthnoHerbalist website reviews the science and health benefits of some of the most popular herbal plants.