Tylecodon reticulatus subsp. reticulatus flowers grow in loose clusters called thyrses. Each thyrse comprises many monochasia. A monochasium is a cyme reduced to a single flower on each axis. Each monochasium usually bears from six to ten flowers.
The urn-shaped pale green corolla tube has five brown ridges ending in the five brown lobes that spread above the upturned flower mouth. The oblong lobes have tapering tips ending in acute points. The inside of the corolla tube is yellow. The flower is covered in soft, short, pale hairs. The short calyx adheres to the corolla base during anthesis.
There are ten stamens, shortly exserted and cohering above the flower centre. The five carpels have distinct styles, visible among the anthers. There are five nectar glands in the corolla base.
Only the buds that have reached full length show green parts on the corollas in picture (Frandsen, 2017; Smith, et al, 2017; Leistner, (Ed.), 2000; iNaturalist).