First up was to pot up the remaining e. subrigida x peacockii seedlings. There is still really good variation in the colour of these from plain green to a very pale blue / white. I hope this continues as I will then be able to select the best ones and pass the the rest off to friends (or the highest bidders).
The e. agavoides 'ebony' have been much slower. I find this is typical of the variety, they seem to take a long time to get to a certain size and then suddenly get going. I would expect them to stay small this year and then properly put on good growth next summer. Although if we actually have a summer that may be different and they have got a good head-start now they are all planted up.