Eucomis are trouble free as pot plants, they can sit out winter in their pots without water in my cool garage, and will sprout anew in spring. Some try to retain foliage, especially one I got as E pole evansii but it is way too small to be that species. Interestingly, eucomis can be propagated by leaf cuttings, I haven't tried it yet but it would be a good way to rapidly increase stock. Simply slice across the leaves, plant basal direction down with some rooting hormone, and with luck small bulblets should form.
The species often show a good deal of variation in both flower forms and spotting of the leaves, and selections have been made from them as well as hybrids. I had "Peace Candles" but I think all I have now is seedlings of the same. Haven't tried the other selections/hybrids, there is plenty of fun to be had with what I already grow.