Oh noes! Garden pests!

Oh noes! Garden pests!

*sigh* After one hour of weeding and trimming yesterday, and an hour and a half of weeding, trimming, and cleanup today, I'm finding problems in the garden...

The shasta daisies have big dead and rotted sections in them. I've been pulling them out, and upon a closer look, they have bugs crawling on them.

Here is a close-up. Can you identify them? Do you know if the bugs are the primary problem and the rot secondary, or vice-versa?

I have a potted satsuma, and it seems as if it has partial blooms, but they're incomplete and wilted. The leaves are also showing signs of problems. I thought chlorosis at first, but on second look I'm not so sure.

This is the cutest pest I have. These little snails are hiding in my Kniphofia and in the shasta daisies a little... I don't want to kill them, I just want to be the Pied Piper and lead them away somehow. Encourage them to live somewhere else.
Any tips would be welcome! Thanks!
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