Yes. Artificial vegetative propagation of plants. With artificial vegetative propagation of plants, a person uses all types of vegetative propagation found in nature. However, there are additional special methods. Leaf cuttings. Relatively few plants (Uzambara violet, begonia, gloxinia) can be restored from cut leaves. Division of the bush. Separation of plants with shoots and roots in the longitudinal direction into several parts, which are then planted (peonies, phloxes). Layering. The lower branches of the plant (currants, gooseberries) are bent to the ground, fixed and sprinkled with earth. When subordinate roots form on the branch, it is cut off from the mother bush and transplanted. Graft. The method is based on the transplantation of parts of one or more plants to another plant that has a root system. A plant having a root system is called a stock; the second, which is fused with a stock, is a scion. There are different methods of vaccination. Crowning is a vaccination with a kidney or eye. At a short distance from the soil, a T-shaped incision is made on the rootstock trunk, the bark is pushed back and a scion is inserted under it – a cut eye with a flat piece of wood. Then a tight dressing is applied to the site of the operation. After 10-15 days, the fragments grow together. Copulation is an inoculation by cuttings. With the same thickness of the stock and scion, oblique slices are made on them, they are applied to each other by the surfaces of the slices and a bandage is applied. If the stock is larger in diameter, the stem is grafted into a cleft or under the bark. Ablution, or rapprochement, can be used if the plants to be joined grow together. On both plants, sections of the bark are made equal in length, the cut surfaces are brought together, applied to each other and bandaged tightly together. In this state, plants are all summer and winter.