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Apologies for pedantry, but it's Hart's-tongue (rather than "Heart's") isn't it? I assume the name comes from a real or imagined resemblance of the leaves to the tongue of a deer?
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You are right Martin. It is so named because it was thought to look like the tongue of a deer.
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