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This rare NC native (and just over the border in Virginia) is a naturally-occurring hybrid between Dryopteris celsa and Dryopteris intermedia. In the garden, it forms a robust, deer-resistant, 30" tall x 30" wide evergreen clump of wide, rich medium green, glossy, strongly-upright leaves. In late winter the leaves, like a good drunk, soon lose their verticality. In the wild, Dryopteris x separabilis grows well above but still near swampy habitats.