I am getting familiar with the plants at our new home in Northern California. I am struggling to identify these and would appreciate your help. The soil is well drained, rocky. The bed has drip irrigation and is mulched. Location has full sun. All plants here are drought tolerant, mediterranean (rosemary, phormiums, japonica, arbutus, etc.). 1. (First two pictures.) Tall slim tree, 9 feet tall (age unknown). Has tiny oval holly like dense and glossy leaf, only about 1/2 " long, used to be dark green, but this spring it appears to be yellowing. The tree shed a lot over the winter and appears dry. The bark is grayish brown and appears to be infected with blue green moss and orange colored spots where leafs dropped. I have not seen any blooms or berries on this tree since last fall till now, the spring. If you recognize the pests on the bark, please share your thoughts with me. 2. (Last picture.) Evergreen shrub with tiny oval leafs, dark green and some burgundy color and just began blooming - a stem with several tiny red trumpet like blooms (each not bigger than 1"). The shrub's foliage and bark is similar to the tree, but its leaf is more delicate than those of the tree. It appears dry and neglected. Other plants on the same irigation are fine. I am wandering if these plants need more water or fertilizer.