They are probably adjusting to their new location and establishing a good root system but should grow better next year. However a lack of water and nutrients may also be the problem. I would not fertilize now as winter is coming and you don't want to promote tender late season growth. In spring begin to fertilize them.
If they are getting at least six hours of sun that is fine. If not then I'd move them in late winter.
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