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I messed this up!

I am a very novice gardener with 2 years experience. I wanted to change the way my hostas were planted. So I transplanted them to edge the walkway. I have plans to put bushes and taller perennials behind the hostas. But I was reading that I shouldn’t place the hostas in a row. Rather clump them together to form a triangle. I assume at this point I should just leave them in the soil and let it go. What plants should I put behind the hostas and heuchera. I was thinking of possibly some astilbe in a clump on one side and maybe a Japanese painted fern. What do you all think? Also how ugly does this look?

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