Get RID of FRUIT FLIES! Finding tiny fruit flies, or fungus gnats, loitering just above the surface of potted plant dirt is a common nuisance for indoor gardeners. These pests feed on the decaying organic matter and fungi .
g through fall, water daily to keep the soil evenly moist, rather than giving an occasional soaking and allowing it to dry out. During the winter, cut back to watering three to four times a week. If you have hard water, use distilled water or rainwater, as Eugenia doesn't tolerate salt. If the leaves start to lose their glossy appearance or wilt, it's an indication the plant needs more water.