While most plants grow from seeds, many can also be grown from bulbs, tubers or stem cuttings. This is called
vegetative propagation. It is used in agriculture for growing many types of plants in the nursery and greenhouse industry, as well as for raising crops like potatoes and garlic.
Directions for the five types of plant propagation or regeneration experiments are in the lesson pdf.
Students record what they observe happening to each plant.
To expand the lesson, set up multiple versions of each experiment and compare their growth under different variables like sun exposure or moisture levels.