The stamens of Brunsvigia radulosa are borne closely together in a cluster. Similarly coloured to the tepals, the filaments are straight in their lower parts, turning up in unison near the tips where they hold the oblong anthers at the ready, by now slightly apart.
The filaments become from 4 cm to 5 cm long. The anthers are dark, their pollen cream. Anthers of B. radulosa are up to 12 mm long. The style tipped by its inconspicuous stigma is in their midst (Duncan, et al, 2016).