Yesterday I noticed that the undersides of many leaves have some webbing near the base. Within each web, there's one of these:
It's markings look like a two-spotted spider mite, but I'm not sure because:
1. I can see it
2. The shape seems more like an actual spider than a spider mite.
Though, after seeing pictures of spider mite damage, that might explain some of the issues I'm having
Also saw this guy running around. Not sure what he is, but something tells me he might be bad news. Think he might be a flying insect
On a different note, I'm worried my Sterlings are getting ready to give up the ghost. Between whatever nutrient deficency they're battling, and being devoured by insects, they look like they're on death's door. I don't know if it's the excessive rains or what, though my other plants don't look nearly as bad. I haven't been able to find a place that carries iron yet. Maybe I'll try to give them some sulfur via Epsom Salts because I happen to have some on hand. I'm afraid to give them a normal fertilizer, but I'm also afraid that if I don't figure something out soon, they'll be done for.