Posted: 20/05/2017 at 11:12
If it was well watered before planting, and planted in a well prepared hole which had some compost /well rotted manure etc, plus a bit of slow release fertiliser added, there shouldn't really be a great problem.
If they were planted too close to the wall, not deeply enough, and not well enough watered afterwards, they may well have suffered. If the plants were a bit pot bound as well, that will have an effect on their growth as it prevents the roots getting beyond the 'pot' shape they're growing in. Not all clems like lots of sun either. They need a lot of watering in an aspect like that if they're to thrive.
Last edited: 20 May 2017 11:13:42