a) Flowering plants make seeds that grow into new plants (illustrated below)
b) Non-flowering plants make new plants from spores
c) Some plants can reproduce asexually: for instance, strawberries produce new plantlets on runners – long shoots or “branches”; the runners die away after the plantlets have successfully rooted themselves into the ground. Potatoes and daffodils develop underground food storage organs that later develop into new plants.
a) Lay eggs (below), or
b) Give birth to live babies