Cuttings, grafting, layering, division
This page is a place to collect links about the many and varied forms of vegetative (asexual) plant propagation, especially those that can be readily performed by the home gardener. Tissue culture (micropropagation) is another technique, but the amount of skill and equipment required means it is mostly the preserve of commercial propagators.
If you're looking for more information about propagation of a particular species, you can also try resources devoted to that plant group. Check here: List of Plants
On other pages:
Know Your Roots
Concide introductory article about roots and how they grow Arizona Cooperative Extension, Yavapai County
Hormones and stimulants
Hormones have many functions within plants, but certain hormones and other subtances are often used by plant propagators to stimulate rooting.
Plant Hormones Introductory article Arizona Cooperative Extension, Yavapai County
If you're looking for propagation information about a particular type of plant, check the page dedicated to that plant. For an index see List of Plants