Whiteflies are white fly-looking insects found on the underside of leaves. Plants become weak, don’t grow well, yellow, and are more likely to become sick:
Carey starts turning pale as she imagines these insects flying around her home. She starts reading quicker to try and find out the other common types of houseplant pests.
Thrips are so small you need a magnifying glass to actually see them, otherwise, they look like tiny dark threads. Plant leaves start turning pale, splotchy, and silvery before dying while the actual plant twists, discolors, and scars: