It is definitely not iron, on that plant. I suspect the soil maybe staying a little too wet. It hates soggy conditions and in your rainy climate it would do best on a raised planting mounds as you can't control those long rainy spells you have in Houston. Those plants are picky about being transplanted and may sit there for a year or two before showing real signs of new growth. Just be patient and insure good soil drainage.
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