When an Anisodontea anomala flower is still opening, only the tip parts of the five petals are pale-coloured on the inside. The deep pink colouring is enhanced in the vein lines lower down. The petals will spread more in the fully opened flower. The floor of the corolla cup is greenish white, the petal bases appearing clawed or eared.
Anisodontea flowers have as many stigmas at the top of the staminal column as they have carpels, the number ranging from 5 to 26. From one to six ovules are present per carpel.
At this stage the numerous stamens cover the staminal column in picture, the stigmas still to appear above them in the centre of the column.
Visible plant parts outside the corolla are densely and variably hairy (Leistner, (Ed.), 2000; Bond and Goldblatt, 1984; iNaturalist).