Take stem cuttings from healthy plants, ensuring they have nodes, and propagate them in water or a rooting medium until roots develop.
Propagate plants from individual leaves, allowing them to root before transplanting into soil. Succulents and African violets are commonly propagated through leaf cuttings.
Divide mature plants with multiple stems or offshoots into separate sections, each with its root system, promoting the growth of new, independent plants.
Many plants, like snake plants and certain succulents, produce offsets or pups. These can be separated and potted independently for new plant growth.
Encourage roots to develop on a stem while still attached to the parent plant by using air layering techniques. Once roots form, the new plant can be separated and potted.
Plants with runners, such as strawberries or spider plants, produce shoots with roots that can be planted separately, creating new individual plants.
Plants with bulbs, like lilies or daffodils, produce offsets or bulblets. These can be detached and planted to grow into mature plants.
Some plants, like tomatoes or fruit trees, produce suckers that can be removed and rooted to create new plants, often resulting in a genetic replica of the parent plant.
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