Cutting back gazania after dividing
I just divided a gazania that got pretty large, and I decided to put the new clump right into the ground instead of putting it up. But now it looks really miserable and droopy. I cut out all the brown dead-looking stems, but I am wondering if I should trim the whole plant in hopes of pushing it to send out more new growth. I divided it only 2 days ago. Is the droopiness typical--will it revive by itself after a bit--or is there something I should do to help it along? The soil is pretty good and I added a little kelp meal and compost. Where I live, the gazanias are pretty much carefree other than occasional watering and frequent deadheading, so I'd like to keep them going.
Thanks for any help or advice!