Curling leaves is a sign of stress. Usually this means the roots were damaged or dried out some in the transplanting process. Air pockets around the roots (soil not firmed in well around the root ball) can also cause this. I should point out however that too much water (soggy soil conditions) is also detrimental so take care not to overwater the plants. Sometimes you have to dig down a few inches and feel the soil to see whether is it still a little moist or drying and in need of watering. With proper soil moisture the plant should settle in and resume normal growth in time.
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