Answer: Rosemary naturally grows in only a relatively uniform shape, and some of the lumpiness can be smoothed out in early spring when winter damage is removed and again at harvest. In a full sun location they should even out somehwat in the course of the season. These plants are not heavy feeders so the best thing to do at this point is wait and see what the better location can do for them. Keep in mind that some rosemaries are more winter hardy than others, so it may be a matter of selecting a different variety if you lose them repeatedly. Hardiness is also improved by growing them in a sheltered location out of strong winds and by ensuring they have excellent drainage.
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