Hello everyone, just posting this message in regards to a new addition to my garden. I recently purchased a Leonotis leonurus and have grown it to a sufficient size to transplant into the garden. After reading information from books and the internet I decided to plant this particular plant out into the open so it would recieve the maximum amount of sunlight. When I first transplanted the plant into the garden I covered it with a large pot during the hours of 11-2 just so it had time to adapt to the new environment. After I thought it was sufficiently adapted to its new environment I removed the pot. After the very first day of doing so I had noticed that the new leaves which were growing had started to shrivel up (leaves were still green however). All the places in which I have gained information on suitable growing conditions for this plant suggested full sunlight, so why is the plant suffering? I continually airate the soil, I have added compost and before planting the soil was ammended with blood and bone and phosphate. I water it every afternoon aswell. Will this plant ever be able to cope with full sunlight? I unfortunately don't have a larger pot to provide shade for it and I don't want it to die.