Success in establishing potted Callirhoe involucrata?
Today I planted 12 Callirhoe involucrata from High Country Gardens. They were very nice little plants--some even have flower buds--but were growing in very small pots and consequently were very rootbound. Many already had a very thick, nearly bulbous root that was twisting around the pot a bit. I did gently tug apart the root systems when planting them, and then I watered them in with a seaweed starter solution. So far, they have not wilted at all.
I keep reading online that these are fussy to transplant with only a limited success rate. Anyone have any firsthand experience? I would love to establish these successfully in my garden since I love their dark, screaming magenta color.
Thanks in advance for any help,