My plants have this condition that it is covered by a spider web all over my plants like a film. Are these spider mites? Where do they come from and how do I get rid of these?
It's not clear whether those are spider mites or not. This plant appears to be a Hawaiian scheffelera. It has thick leaves with a waxy coating and are not normally subject to spider mites. Here are my recommendations
- remove the dead leaves at the bottom of the pot. They will not compost inside and are a potential home for pests
- verify that the plant is not sitting in water. It appears to be a pot-in-pot system and this can happen if you water too much
- remove the wire. This plant is not a good bonsai subject as the leaves do not diminish in size. If a branch is in the way just trim it back. It responds well to pruning with new growth that can bud off old wood
- get a cloth soaked in 5 ml dish soap to one liter of water and wipe the webs off. Repeat on the top and bottom of the leaves. Then give it a rinse in the shower to get the soap off. Repeat twice more at five to seven day intervals. This should control most soft bodied insects.