One of the nicest things about being a garden writer is the samples I receive. In the spring a package of bulbs arrived in the mail and as soon as I saw the flowers were white, they were put into the moon garden. I did a little research on them and found common names such as 'Sword Lily', 'Peacock Orchid' (from the UK) and 'Gladiolus Callianthus'. The latin name is Acidanthera murielae and this bulb flowers from late summer into fall. It has a sweet fragrance that I'm sure attracts many pollinators during the day and at night.
It is a tender plant, meaning I have to dig up the bulbs in the fall to store inside over winter or treat as an annual.