A: Wait until April and observe the bed for emerging leaves of the various flowers. Once you know where each plant is growing you can transplant the clump to a better spot. Keep an eye on the area in winter; don’t allow weeds to grow so thickly that they obscure the green leaves of the perennials in spring.
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