I've got a small indoor container garden, with a variety of herbs, a couple of flowers, and a couple of succulents. A while ago, we noticed very small white insects moving around on my morning glories. I checked other plants and didn't notice any bugs, so I moved the morning glories out into the snow.
Recently we've noticed a few bugs on one of the succulents, and I'm concerned that they might be spreading through the other plants. Most people seem to suggest a spray of soap and water followed by hosing them down, but we can't really do that inside our apartment.
The bugs are too small for me to get a photo, but they don't fly or jump if I shake the leaf they're on- just crawl around fairly slowly (a few seconds to move an inch), so I don't think they're whiteflies, but I also don't know what they are.
What are other good pest-management practices for this type of insect indoors? I am not an organic gardener or opposed to pesticides.