State the process of grafting

State the process of grafting.
In grafting, stem parts of two different plants are joined to produce a new plant.
One part is of in situ rooted plant called stock and another part from superior quality plant called scion. Both are obliquely cut and placed over each other and tied with the tape. Part of stock remain rooted but scion is separated from the mother plant. After a month or so, both parts unite with each other and a new plant develops from the scion. Stock provides water and minerals from the soil to the developing plant.