Answer: Lisianthus will grow in full sun and appreciates moist, well-draining soils. It isn't unusual for plants to become stressed when first transplanted so I suspect that's what's happening to your plant. Water to keep the soil evenly moist, which translates to allowing the top half-inch of soil to dry out before watering thoroughly. Plants in pots can dry out quickly in hot weather so be sure to check your pots at least twice a day and water as often as necessary to keep them from drying out. Give your lisianthus a little more time to adjust and it should grow and look healthy in a few weeks.
Best wishes with your container garden!
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