Yes. I don’t know the specifics but many trees can be grown in this way. You can even have the cuttings of one species grafted onto other subspecies to create an interesting novelty that will bear two types of fruit or two colors of blossoms. You may have seen these in espalier patterns at garden shops. In any case what you’re referring to is asexual propogation of vascular plants.
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