Answer: Transplant shock can make newly planted annuals and perennials look pathetic for a few weeks. They normally adjust and begin growing well after this adjustment period. It sounds as though you've amended the soil well so the roots will be happy. Daily watering is excessive and watering at night isn't a very good idea, either. When foliage is wet for 6-7 hours, plants can develop fungal infections. Try to water the soil, not the foliage, and water deeply only once or twice a week. When you water on a daily basis you can deplete the soil of oxygen; plant roots need oxygen as well as moisture.
Adjust your watering schedule and give the plants some time to adjust. I'm sure they'll rebound and look beautiful.
Best wishes with your garden!
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