Curled leaves on Daylily
I have daylilies in my front garden. To my surprise they have multiplied in just one year! Two out of five of the plants have curled, holey leaves. I can't find any insects, but the two plants are surrounded by Snow in Summer, which is now beautifully in bloom. We have had a lot of rain in the previous week, but it's been dry for almost a week now. I water a little late in the evening because the garden is in full sun and the soil has been dry. I live in Zone 5.
My guess is that at night your plants are being eaten by slugs. They leave holes in the leaves and can mangle the foliage. You can buy slug and snail baits at your local garden center.
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