I meant no offense in my response to you at all, and in general appreciate your response to this thread! What’s interesting about your image is the color of the petioles/stocks. Almost like a rosy pink. All of the large yard Vitex I’ve seen have this style leaf, long and slender. But I’ve never seen that rosy color. Very cool. Perhaps what we have is a bi product of genetic splicing and nursery propagation.I do not doubt anyone about the plant and please, let me make myself clear.
Vitex agnus castus is growing all over Greece.
Take a look at the following picture, this is how leaflets of Vitex look like over here.
The color is also greyish not clear green.
Perhaps the case is this leaf variation which @milehigh_7 spoke about in post #13
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