Answer: Newly moved plants are susceptible to shock and it's unfortunate that the windstorm hit at the same time. That puts a severe strain on any plant. Dropping leaves is a common reaction to transplant shock. Lantana are frost-tender and often drop many of their leaves during the winter and don't bloom much, if at all. They can look fairly scrawny. However, as long as their root systems are still viable, they should leaf out again in spring. They are often cut back hard in early spring after all chance of frost is over, usually about mid-March in your area. From your description it sounds as if just the one plant is in trouble. Dig gently around the base to see if there's any root system left. Hope this info helps.
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