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Plants: Propagation

Learn about plant or vegetative propagation. Find out about propagation methods, type of plants that they are applied to, propagation seasons, and gardeners’ tools used for propagation. Find out how to propagate houseplants, flowers, and woody plants. Includes images, video, propagation charts, and a lesson plan. There are resources on gardening and plant science: teaching with comedy.


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Learn what plant propagation means and when it is used for breeding. NOTE: The site includes pop-up and banner ads.
Learn about vegetative propagation and its methods. Select links on the right to learn about each of six common methods of propagation.
Follow links on this page to learn about various types of budding and grafting. Click on the "Grafting Texas Pecans" for video clips featuring methods of propagation. The site content is illustrated with images. NOTE: The reading level is for older students.
Find out about propagation of houseplants. Use links at the right for quick navigation. NOTE: The reading level is for older students.
Learn more about propagation of houseplants. Click on the "List of Common Plants and Propagation Methods" to find out how to propagate popular houseplants.
This database of houseplants includes over 300 specimens. View plants photographs, read their descriptions, and learn about their propagation.
Learn how to propagate a plant from cutting its leaf, cane, or root. Includes illustrations.
Learn about stem cutting, division, layering, and grafting. NOTE: The reading level is for older students.
Learn types of cuttings and how to propagate evergreens. Includes charts of plants, time for their cuttings, tools to be used, and an estimation of success. NOTE: The reading level is for older students.
This lesson plan is designed for six-eight graders to help children learn about plants' asexual reproduction.
These sites offer gardening tips and planting activities for kids. Includes hands-on experiments, lesson plans, quizzes, and photographs of plants and flowers. There are links to two eThemes Resources on plants.
Learn about plants, cells, and seeds. Find out how science can be a fun activity. Read jokes and fun facts about plants. The sites include interactive games, quizzes, printouts, in class activities, and video files. There are links to eThemes resources about different species of plants, the structures, and functions of cells.

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