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Living with Ophioglossum

Can anyone help with the domestic habits of the adder's tongue fern?   Ever
since Dactylorhiza moved in we have been running our lawn as a wild flower
meadow and now we have adder's tongue too.   The problem is that it does not
behave by the book where descriptions show it with a series of ever smaller
buds behind this year's growth.   This means it should come up in roughly
the same place each year but it doesn't - it appears in widely differing
places several feet apart.   I hesitate to dig to see what is happening,
thought I'd ask first.
Alan Ogden. ( UK )

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