Chances are it is lacking in a specific nutrient if your chili plant blooms but does not bear fruit ( chili's ) . . . Also chili's ( as well as bell peppers ) prefer to be planted in pairs. Put 2 chili plants together and they will do better. The nutrient your plant needs ( I am guessing since you said it flowers but does not bear fruit ) is usually sulpher. When you plant them in the ground, poke 2 to 4 wooden matches into the ground. Do that again, sometime in August. Your chili's should grow just fine, if you are watering it when it needs it, and clearing away weeds.
Good luck !
Usually stems hold flowers, leaves, and fruit on plants.
You may have got a male plant. These plants do not bear fruit. They are grown to pollinate female plants. If the plant has flowers, the flowers are not getting pollinated to bear fruit.
Many plants have flowers of some type. And in botany, a fruit is whatever holds a seed. So tomatoes and dandelion fluff are fruit.
Plants that do not bear flowers do not have the essential organs, and so they do not have the OVARY from which the fruit wall develops. So plants without flowers cannot give rise to fruits.
They are known as angiosperms.
In the flowers.
ferns and mosses
no, because scientists belive that fruit is a type of flower and trees and plants reproduce by flowers and fruit Ferns do not have flowers as they propagate by spores.
On flowering plants, the seed is located inside the fruit. The plant flowers and then produces fruit from the flowers.