Answer: I think you did everything right in moving them (although mid-summer isn't always the best time to transplant). It's natural for plants to go through a little transplant shock when their roots are disturbed. At the moment, the best thing you can do for your yuccas is to water them deeply once each week until the roots become established. By fall they should be just fine. Next spring you can prune away the affected leaves and they will replace the leaves with healthy new growth. Enjoy your garden!
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