Plants asexual reproduction methods in plants
Plants can undergo natural methods of asexual reproduction, performed by the plant itself, or artificial methods, aided by humans. Natural methods of asexual reproduction include strategies that plants have developed to self-propagate. Many plants, such as ginger, onion, gladioli, and dahlia, continue to grow from buds that are present on the surface of the stem. In some plants, such as the sweet potato, adventitious roots or runners stolons can give rise to new plants. In Bryophyllum and kalanchoe, the leaves have small buds on their margins.