Propagation For Plants Is Done In A Number Of Ways
Even if you don't know much about gardening, you know what propagation for plants is all about, whether you're familiar with the term or not. Do you garden at home, and do you grow your own food? What does your landscape look like? Each one of the plants on your lawn has been propagated using one means or another. For example, say you plant bulbs in your flowerbed. That would be propagating new plants.
Have you ever taken a cutting from one plant and planted it to grow a new plant from the cutting? Some plants are easier to do that with than others. As a matter of fact, when it comes to propagation for plants, the two indoor plants I have are perfect examples. One of them I procured that way, and the other one wasn't but can easily be made to grow from a cutting. In other words, both are able to be propagated from cuttings, one being an ivy and the other a spiderwort plant.
You might not have heard about the spiderwort plants by that name, but you might definitely be familiar with them if you're into gardening. It's the purple ground cover plants. They do have a scientific name, which is also unfamiliar, and their common name is politically incorrect in my opinion. It's a beautiful plant, and I actually started that plant from a simple clipping, as it's going to take almost every time.
You can propagate plants in all kinds of ways as mentioned. What do you know about your plants and propagation? Think about the hybrid roses that are developed by rose gardeners. Trees drop seeds and all kinds of new trees sprout up or 'propagate.' It's fun to try to grow new plants from cuttings, too, if you've never given it a try.