Look what the vine weevils have done to my Dryopteris wallichiana (and three heucheras - but, well, they're no great loss. I am definitely not a heuchera addict) - over winter, too! (Surely they should be resting or something over winter? Not the ones in my garden).
This means war. I shall destroy their larvae with the organic gardener's shock and awe tactic - the mighty but microscopic nematode worm, aka Nemasys. But not yet - the soil's not quite warm enough. If you don't know how to spot a vine weevil and the damage it does, you should. Here's a guide from the RHS.