Answer: When transplanting, it is usually preferable to water the day before and trim the plant back, then dig the plant with soil around its roots; this minimizes transplant shock. One they are replanted, water as needed to keep the soil evenly damp like a wrung out sponge, not sopping wet/saturated and not dried out. The light waterings are not enough to soak the roots. I would suggest you give them a slow, thorough, deep soaking. Then use your finger to dig into the soil and see when you need to water again; if it still feels damp, do not water yet. Then mulch around them to help keep the soil moist. Also trim them back to remove the taller flowering stems; you should have only basal foliage. It may take them a week or two to perk up. Good luck!
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