Asked April 18, 2015, 2:48 PM EDT
Last fall, I transplanted some hostas into my partial shade backyard. Now as they are starting to come up, they seem to have sunk in the centers, maybe 2-4 inches deeper than the soil around them. Will I have problems if I leave the soil as it is and they grow with a sunken spot (holes average 4-7 inches in diameter). Would you advise that I add soil on top, or try to lift the plant and add soil under it, or clear away some of the ground around them, or just let them go?
Hennepin County Minnesota