Can passis be ID'd by leaves?

Hammond, LA(Zone 8b)

If so can anyone ID this one for me? I bought it at a non-profit organization's plant sale today and it had no tag at all.

Thanks : )

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LE TAMPON, Reunion (French)

Most probably P.caeruela, this is one of the hardiest and most often grown in temperate areas, nice flowers but fruits are just for birds...

Bessemer, AL(Zone 8b)

kinda looks like my blue bouquet. wheres gordo? she'll know

LE TAMPON, Reunion (French)

caeruela means 'blue' in latin, so may be close to your bouquet...

San Diego, CA

My guess would be Caerulea as well, and maybe Caerulea 'Constance Elliott'
Mark

Hammond, LA(Zone 8b)

Thanks : )

Hammond, LA(Zone 8b)

Yep, here is a picture of the mother plant.

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LE TAMPON, Reunion (French)

Definitely caeruela. Some leaves show symptoms of cholorosis, a lack of iron. You can correct it with iron chelate.

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