How Do Plants Reproduce Asexually?

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Plants reproduce asexually by either forming plantlets on specialized leaves, rhizomes, or stolon. Some produce tubers or bulbs, like potatoes. Other plants may form clonal colonies as well, like ivy, blackberry, and dandelion plants.
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When plants form new mini plants without seeds or spores, this is considered asexual reproduction. For example, some plants shoot out rhizomes or stolons in which new plants grow
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Dadylion strawberry plants
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Lots of them do. Spiderplants send off shoots with "baby" spider-plants on the ends. Potatoes budding (from the "eyes" on the potato) produces a new potato plant
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Under certain conditions this may be the only way to
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