I bought Gladiolus (sword lily) bulbs from an e-commerce site. But the plants which have grown from the bulbs I received do not seem to be Gladiolus. I would appreciate any help in identifying what these plants actually are. The leaves are long grass-like but smooth and somewhat waxy, and the flowers are white as shown in the pictures.
Having difficulty recognising this - it might be one of the Tritonia - there is one called Tritonia gladiolaris with a synonym name of Gladiolus lineatus, which might explain why you haven't got the true Gladioli you expected, but the foliage looks a bit too narrow to definitely be that. Some images here https://keyserver.lucidcentral.org/weeds/data/media/Html/tritonia_gladiolaris.htm. When you ordered, was there a Latin or botanical name for the bulbs?
Found it from a reddit answer. The plants I received are actually white rain lily rather than sword lily which I ordered.