I have never tried, but you probably can. You could cut off a small branch. The smaller the better. Wet the cut end, then dip it in rooting medium, then put it into a small pot of good soil. The way I would do it if my plant had a branch close to the ground, is to scrape a little of the bark off the underside of the branch. You can do this with your thumbnail or a small knife. Then press the cut side to the ground, put a little soil over it, and weight it down with a rock or a brick. Give it a few weeks to take root -- a few months if you want lots of good strong roots. After it grows some roots, you can cut it off of the mother plant and relocate it to whatever sunny spot you would like. I do this frequently with azaleas. It works every time. Thanks for reading my article, and for your question.