Saving my daylily
I have a South Seas daylily that is normally the star of my garden. This year it is struggling badly and I'm worried that it is dying.
We have been having a bit of a drought here - only a brief shower once in the last six weeks. I've been watering after work at night, but the abnormal heat had got many of my plants screaming for water. The hose and occasional sprinkler hasn't been enough.
I attached a picture of my daylily - is there anything that I can do to save it? The leaves have been browning, and now the buds are dying without opening.
I had read about leaf streak, and this looks like it could be that, though the weather has been bone dry, not wet (though we had an unusually mild winter and some wetness in early spring).
Thanks for your help!