This is my first post in the forum although registered logged time ago.
I'm experiencing a problem with my balcony fuxia plant. It was so beautiful when I got it 3 months ago and keeps flowering. The last 2 weeks it seems there's a sickness going on. Some stems are left without leaves, some other are turning yellow, flowers are not so beautiful as before and looks overall very miserable. What made me curious is that when watering I notice tiny flying insects coming out of the soil surface of the plant. They are small and dark colour. I don't know if this is associated with the sickness or it is just because the soil I use for the pots is the packed soil is sold in the plant shops. In the past I noticed also small insects on other pots' surfaces and I concluded that maybe is tha brand of that specific soil I used... maybe not so good and gets 'rotten' in some way...
Now, the thing with fuxia is worrying me because I have other plants around on the balcony and I don't know whether is risky that the rest catch the same disease. Already I notice my gardenia getting yellow and also small insects around and my lavender although is big it is no more flowering but the flowers are turning dry.
Since I live in Cyprus, weather it's been hot lately and I was watering the pots every 3 days.
Any clue what the problem might be? Attached some photos of my fuxia plant. I would prefer a harmless (if possible) solution since we're moving into summer and veranda is a place to sit and relax and I wouldn't like to have sprayed plants around me.
Thanks in advance!