Answer: You can do either one. You can certainly transplant them with no problem, simply water them well the day before, then dig them up with a generous rootball (enough soil to take all the roots plus some extra) and replant immediately. Water in and you're done, they probably won't even know they've been moved, expecially if you can do it right before a rainy spell. You could also divide them next spring when they are a bit larger and increase your stock that way. It might be useful to figure out why they only came up in one spot, though. If there is a soil or other problem in the other parts of that area you should address that before you transplant or replant seed.
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