Bulbine frutescens flowers are orange or white, apart from the much-seen yellow ones. In each flower here the six white tepals with brown lines from base to tip and visible on both surfaces are angled back, away from the fluffy yellow stamen filaments erect in the flower centre.
The fruits low down in the raceme where flowering happened first are by now facing down, possibly heavy for their curved pedicels. The open flowers in the mid-section of the raceme point outwards on about straight pedicels, their pollinators adapted to vertical landing site flight skills.
The dull-looking buds erect at the top have pedicels curving up, their oblong bodies progressively smaller and more densely together nearer the raceme tip (Curtis-Scott, et al, 2020; Andrew, 2017; Vlok and Schutte-Vlok, 2015; iNaturalist).