Many plants can be propagated from cuttings and often much easier than from seeds ~
I’m not very good at it though, because I tend not to be able to keep them moist consistently, and consequently, they dry out before they shoot out any roots. However, I’ve still had success with propagating Mulberry, Rosemary, mint, basil, Cassava, mother-of-herbs (Plectranthus aromaticus syn. Coleus aromaticus), and sugarcane by cuttings. They must have been really easy to root ~ all I did was cut either the tip of growth or section of a twig/branch, remove the leaves down the bottom 1/2 to 2/3, and stick them in the soil.
I’ve received cuttings from other people that are less common, or that I would never would have have thought of propagating from cuttings though. Eggplants, Tamarillo, Pepino, even a mango just to mention a few …
The eggplant grown from cutting have just produced its first fruit now