Newly planted Ice Dance Sedge - Carex in need of TLC
New to planting and recently planted some ice dance sedges (couple weeks ago) which have already endured a trampling (or more) along with a few potential over-waterings initially. The trampling convicts have been punished and will no longer be allowed in the vicinity of the sedges.
Attached a photo of their current state and very much hoping that they are salvageable. A couple of them don't look too bad to me. I trimmed them down after the trampling(s) and have been keeping the soil moist. Not sure if their current state is due to the trampling or possibly over watering them initially...or both, but they sure looked a lot prettier when they were first planted.
Do they look like they should be able to recover?
If so, is there anything else I can/should do in order to aide in their recovery, or just keep them moist and let them do their thing?
Feedback is greatly appreciated!