Advice on: Jasmine Tree, Fuschia, Oleander & Clivia for novice Hello, Last week I purchased four plants: 1) fuschia 2) clivia 3) oleander 4) jasmine tree (murray p, sorry don't know spelling) I live in a high rise apartment building that faces the east. I have all the plants indoors except the fuschia which I brought in yesterday. I've killed just about every plant I've had with the exception of the spider plant and this other aloe vera type plant....oh and my bamboo sticks...lol. Anyways, the problem is the fuschia flowers are dying, since I've brought it in and watered it, I see new flowers. fullview of fuschia close up of fuschia The Jasmine Tree smells wonderful and has green leaves but the petal are dropping like crazy and when I look at some of the flowes they're drying out. petals falling out close up jasmine fullview of jasmine The Oleander only has one flower that's bloomed and the other spots where it's supposed to flower is kinda dried. 2 of the stems are starting bend over...I guess I have to buy one of those sticks for support.close up of oleander oleader full view I watered these 3 yesterday for the first time (when the soil was almost dry...I realized I made a mistake with Fuschia by doing this) The Clivia seems to be fine but today one of the few flowers on there fell. :( The Clivia isn't in sunshine and I haven't watered it yet because Iknow they should dry out. clivia picture Last week the weather was hot and humid, this week it has been cloudy, raining and windy. I've bought 15-30-15 fertilizer for the oleander and jasmine adn I plan on getting 10-20-10 for the other two and feed them this weekend. Please offer any advice so I can keep them alive! I bought all of the plants from a reputable nursery and was told it doesn't need to repotted until next year (clivia even longer).