This pinkish flower of Brunsvigia striata shows the dark pink central stripe that occurs on all the tepals of this species, unless it is replaced by a white stripe down the centre. It is this stripe that earns the species the specific name of striata. In addition, three to five vein lines occur on the tepal, variable in clarity, but often faint.
The perianth tube is funnel-shaped, its tepals curving out to their flaring tips. The tepals are elliptic to oblanceolate in shape. They become from 21 mm to 30 mm long and 2 mm to 6 mm wide (Duncan, et al, 2016; Manning and Goldblatt, 1997; iSpot).