I planted a peony division last November and just realized that those are tubers that I left above ground...oops. (and yes, I also now know that all should have been below ground to begin with. Sigh) I assume the plant is not completely upside down since I do have at least one sprout. I am wondering now whether to leave it alone for the season, break off the tubers that are above ground, or ignore the new growth and dig it up/replant. I don't mind losing the season, just what would be best for the plant in the long term. It's from a 100+ year old peony planted by my partner's great grandmother so rather sentimental. Thanks for any advice for fixing my stupid mistake.