Hello, I have four mature yew trees that must be about 40 years old and have noticed tiny very few seedlings in the past but they are very fragile and get disrupted easily underfoot or with raking. But, this season, with clearing the thick old brush from under the trees, there are individual seedlings and clusters of seedlings that are surviving in protected areas. So far, I've made sure they've had watering and have a bit of leaf or yew needle litter around them. The roots are so minimal at this point, but later, can they be moved into a bed or to pots and if so, when, what conditions? There's a few dozen seedlings so a few should be able to thrive but they have to be moved at some point when their roots are established a bit more. Thank you.