#11 English Ivy
Cut off a stem of English Ivy that has at least two sets of leaves. Dip the end part in the rooting hormone and push it in a pot filled with soil or place it in a glass of water.
Cut a 3-5 inches long stem with at least two leaves. You can plant this in a glass of water till roots develop around 2-3 inches long.
#13 Black-Eyed Susan Vine
Take 6-8 inches long stem with lower leaves removed and root it in a glass filled with fresh water. When you notice new roots, transplant it to a pot full of potting mix.
#14 String of Nickels
You can propagate it through short stem cuttings by placing them on damp sphagnum moss. When the segments grow roots, transfer them to a pot filled with orchid bark mix.
#15 Wax Ivy
Take 4-6 inches long cuttings during the growing season from early spring to fall and place them in a pot filled with sandy soil.
#16 Arrowhead Vine
You can grow this elegant climber from cuttings by taking any part of the stem with a set of leaves.
#17 String of Pearls
You can easily propagate it from stem cuttings and transplant it in potting soil. Maintain the slight moisture of the soil, and it will root rapidly.
#18 Grape Ivy
Snip off a 4-6 inches long cutting with 2-3 leaf nodes below the terminal bud. Dip it in a rooting hormone and place the cutting in a pot.
#19 Creeping Fig
Take cuttings of this lovely plant during warm weather and propagate it as usual.
#20 ZZ Plant
You can divide the ZZ plant or grow them by stem cuttings.