Answer: As long as the pot you planted it in has adequate drainage holes, and you water thoroughly when the top of the soil dries out, your potato bush tree should be just fine. It prefers to grow in full sunshine, but will grow in part shade. It just won't bloom as prolifically. A few yellow leaves shouldn't cause concern. It could be heat stress or a little stress from transplanting. Be sure that you're not over-watering and that the container drains quickly so you'll avoid root rot. Aside from the above, your plant should recover from the transplanting and adjust to its new home in a matter of weeks.
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