Create cuttings plants
The cutting is the fragment of a plant specially cut and placed in the ground or in the water to regenerate the missing parts, thus giving life to a new specimen. Most of the time it is a branch destined to take root. Garden plants can be propagated in many ways.
But one of the simplest methods is to take cuttings, put them in water or a growing medium until they develop roots, and then plant the rooted cuttings in pots or soil. Unlike propagation by seeds collected from the mother plant, propagation by cuttings ensures that the new plants are genetically identical to the mother plant. (With hybrid plants, seeds can give rise to different looking plants.) For healthy and successful cuttings, there are a few general steps to follow.