Answer: Transplanting stress can make plants look puny for a few weeks but they generally recover and become full and lush once the roots establish themselves. Water your new plants once or twice a week. Be sure to water deeply so the entire root masses get adequate moisture. You can also mulch over the soil beneath the plants to help slow evaporation and moderate soil temperatures. When the roots are established you will see new growth and the plants will look thick and healthy again. Enjoy!
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