I am assuming the one in the middle that is connected to the other is not rooted in the ground, right? You can try moving the mulch from underneath it so it is making contact with the dirt. You'll probably have to weigh it down with something so it stays there long enough to take root. Then, either leave it until next year and move it where you want it, or move it this fall. If you choose the latter, make sure it has developed enough root first, and you'll have to give it about 6 weeks to get established in it's new home before heavy frost sets in. Personally, I would wait until next year...just mark where it is now so you'll remember.