dmiller224, why would you want to replant it? It's already established and is growing well on it's own. Some varieties seem to do this more than others. It is a growing shoot and will come to it's senses and begin reaching for the sun (if it ever comes out) when it's ready. Not to mention that there are usually many more to follow in the weeks to come. One factor that seems to contribute to this is that if you have a few inches of mulch on top of them when the first growth starts to push, they may begin growing in different directions in search of light. The pale color of the stem is usually an indication of a lack of chlorophyll and now that it's exposed to some light it will very shortly begin to unfurl it's leaves and then it's off to the races. You'll be fine.
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