A bucket of sap is obtained by using a knife with an evergreen tree, while having an empty bucket in the inventory. It cannot be obtained from a maple tree, contrary to what their examine text implies. A knife on the tool belt will work; the player can obtain sap this way by using the bucket on the tree. One place to find evergreen trees is just north of the Falador lodestone, or right next to the Catherby lodestone.
One of the closest banks to evergreen trees is in Taverley, where the closest tree behind the bank is 16 squares away from the banker.
While many quest guides claim that sap must be obtained from an evergreen, there are also many trees which give sap that are not described as 'Evergreen'. These trees usually appear slightly taller and pointier than those surrounding them. A useful bunch of these trees may be found north of Falador or in Catherby near the fishing spots. The examine for these trees is: "A commonly found tree." instead of "One of the most common trees in RuneScape."
It should be noted, however, that not all Evergreens can provide sap. This is evidenced by some of the Evergreens on White Wolf Mountain, which do nothing when a bucket is used on them, however the trees next to the Bank of Taverley work fine.
It is requested by the High Priest in Icthlarin's Little Helper, and during The Eyes of Glouphrie can be used with rune dust or ground mud runes to create weird gloop or magic glue, respectively.
Bucket of sap
|-||-||3 (1.8s) ||-|
| Must be performed at an evergreen tree|
| Members only|
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A player collecting sap
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