Growing Daisies

I am transplanting Montauk Daisies. Any ideas as to amending the soil naturally? Our area is grandular, stone, sand etc. Out of the 8 plants I've transplanted only 2 look healthy, the others are very droopy. Any help will be appreciated!

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Hardiness Zone: 5b

Gen from New England

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Add either compost or composted mushroom soil mixed with Canadian Spaghnum peat moss.

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