List and describe any two vegetative propagules in flowering plants.
Roots and leaves are two vegetative parts of the plants which can be used for vegetative propogation. Root propagule include the propagation of a new plant through its fleshy roots, such as in the case of sweet potato and dahlia. Vegetative propogation through leaves includes case of Bryophyllum. In Bryophyllum fleshy buds are produced in the axil of foliage leaves. When these buds are shed and fall on ground, thy grow to form new plants.