My herbs are laying down after transplant, what should I do?

Question by Cayce A: My herbs are laying down after transplant, what should I do?
I’m growing an indoor herb garden, and I recently transplanted basil, parsley, sunflowers (I know, not an herb), and chives to bigger pots. The sunflowers and basil have very long stems but few leaves on each stem, and they don’t stand as they should. The chives are not standing properly either. Any advice or suggestions?

Best answer:

Answer by Eagle Eye
water them and give them a chance to get reestablished it was a bit of a shock to them so they need time to readjust.

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  1. For the drooping ones, put a wooden or steel (or whatever) stick into the soil right next to the stem, and tie up the stems to the stick every 6 inches to a foot starting from the ground. For everything, make sure they have enough water, and enough room to grow their roots. Or else, they will just choke and die.