Answer: Acidanthera murialae also goes by the name Gladiolus callianthus, or commonly, peacock lily. It takes the same type of care and handling as gladiolus. Plant it in a sunny, well-drained site. It looks good planted in groups and flowers with a spike of 6-8 blooms. Yes, you'll want to lift them over the winter and store as you would your glads. I hope your daughter enjoys her flowers!
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