1. Take a branch of the parent
plant and gently bend it in a "U" shape so that the bottom of
the "U" is touching the ground. It should crack a bit at the
bend; if it doesn't crack, nick it with a knife at that point,
along the length of the stem.
2. Stake down the cracked– but
still connected– branch, and bury the "U" portion in 3-6 inches
of soil. Rooting hormone can be used on the cracked or nicked
area to simulate rooting.
3. After six months to a year,
cut the newly rooted branch from the parent plant. You can then
dig up the new plant and transplant it to a new location.