What is the main idea of flowering plants in science?
Flowers are a part of Plants' reproductive system. They contain Pollen and nectar. The Pollen is for "Pollination" of the plant species. The nectar attracts insects to facilitate the Pollination process.
The four main parts of a flowering plant are the root system, stem, leaves, and flowers. Each part has different functions. While the roots take in water and nutrients from the soil, the stem supports the plant and provides transport the nutrients plants need to thrive. The leaves produce food and the flower contains the plant's reproductive organs, the pistil and stamen. Flowering plants produce seed and are called angiosperms.
Landscape plants are plants that are planted in a landscaping project. Plants are purchased and brought to the area to be planted in the landscape. The landscape could be outdoors or indoors, it really doesn't matter, but the main idea is that the plants are used to improve a property as part of a landscaping project.
Encourage above-ground growth is what nitrogen in plant fertilizers does to plants. Specifically, nitrogen is one of the main nutrients that plants need in order to grow. It helps the plant to grow strong, healthy stems, stalks and leaves. But too much of it can cause lush growth of the above-mentioned body parts at the expense of fruiting and flowering.