First time poster here, and frankly, a pretty new gardener as it is. I have a neighbor phlox and asiatic lily in one of my beds. I first noticed an issue with the phlox. The growth looked a little stunted compared to the other phlox in the same bed (about 3 ft away), and then the leaves began to curl, both vertically into themselves (like a burrito) and also like curly-q's (like a pig's tail...ok, maybe that didn't need a description!) I checked the leaves for insects and worms but didn't see anything. Now, the asiatic lily right by it is starting to do the same thing. It's leaves are now starting to curl downward--not to the extent of the phlox, but they are no longer pointing skyward like the other lily in my bed (again, 3 feet away). Just this morning, I noticed the lower leaves of the phlox were yellow. What in the world is going on, and how can I fix it? These are both sophomores in this bed and I love them and don't want to lose them.
Thanks for any advice!