Advice on digging up plants and replanting
I started a new perennial garden this year. I have clay so I planted in good size amended holes (soil conditioner, topsoil, compost, etc.) about 6 plus weeks ago. We have had a very wet spring thus far and after looking at the plantings I am realizing that some of the plants were not planted high enough. I am considering digging up some of the plants (cone flowers, Walkers Low catmint, etc.) and replanting in a higher mound. My Walkers Low has bloomed but the foliage has now turned mostly yellow. Some of my early blooming cone flowers (prairie splendor) have started to bloom or are putting out buds but the stems are curled down. The plants that look bad are all planted too low compared to the others that are in higher mounds and seem to be doing well. Any thoughts on digging plants up now and replanting in a higher mound. I am new to this so any advice is appreciated.