Do all flowering plants produce fruit?
Sure. Any "jasmine" that produces fruit (and I think they all do) would produce a fruit called a "jasmine fruit". There are a number of plants called (in layman's terms) jasmine, including: 'orange jasmine' (Murraya paniculata), 'itallian jasmine' (Jasminum humile), "Arabian jasmine" (Jasminum sambac),... They are all flowering plants with fragrant flowers. Flowering plants (after pollenation) produce fruits. Note that what laymen call "jasmine" encompasses more than one genus (above we see Jasminium, and Murraya…
"Nearly all plants produce seeds. Those that don't, reproduce via spores. Most vegetables actually do produce seeds, it's just not the seeds or fruit that are eaten. Fruit = reproductive organ containing seeds Vegetables = non reproductive part of plants such as the leaves, stems, or roots." yup! almost all plants have seeds!