Ok please be honest with me...do you do this too or am I a complete nut case?
You’re planting a new plant. You set it down, pot and all, and check the placement. Move it a bit one way or the other and decide ok, this is it, looks good. You dig and plant and stand back and then realize that you’ve created some unfortunate paring with another plant, they’re equidistant apart creating some strange headlight effect. They’re lined up perfectly and it looks dumb. So you dig it up and move it.
You notice (after planting) that “it” would have looked so much better just 5” or 8” or 10” to the left. It would tie in so well with that other plant that you hadn’t even thought of, so you dig it up and replant it inches away. But it’s better.
I did this twice yesterday. I don’t have any pictures to illustrate the point because I moved the plants in question as soon as I saw the error. But then I got to thinking about it. I know I can be a bit of a perfectionist…so maybe it is just me, or maybe not. Do you do it too?