I raised my E. Laui up to allow the flowers to hang down more and it is still flowering now. The plant itself is now almost totally white and doesn't have a mark on it. This one can wait another year year before being repotted, but I'm already dreading it.
Other plants needed it this year, so onto the job at hand. The hybrid E. subrigida x E. peacocki is still flowering as well. This one has a great flower in which the nectar from the flowers seeps out and makes it look like the flowers are wearing lipstick.
Thankfully there was enough space to allow the plant to removed from the old pot and placed into the new one, without having to touch it too much.
Next up was E. mexican giant. There was not choice but to carefull tease this one out of it's pot and into the new one. Thankfully not much damage to the powder covering on the leaves.
Finally to give myself a bit of a break, E. colorata var brandtii. This one is probaly more blue than white, but still have a thin layer of powder. Again not too many marks after re-potting.
I love the tinge this one has on the tips of the leaves.
There is still one to go, my rare E. John Catlin, but I may top cut that one so I will save it for another day.