In this whitish Brunsvigia striata flower the characteristic dark pink line down the centre of each tepal is still present.
This flower is not quite radially symmetrical (actinomorphic) or round like a daisy, but nearly so; B. striata flowers are usually strongly laterally symmetric (zygomorphic), or two-lipped like orchids or salvias.
The stamens are bunched together and exserted outside the flaring perianth; the filaments curve up, the anthers dark. The ovary is inferior in Brunsvigia flowers, positioned below the base of the tepals.
Bloomtime for the species is late summer to mid-autumn. The pollination is done by carpenter bees (Duncan, et al, 2016; Manning and Goldblatt, 1997; iSpot; www.pacificbulbsociety.org).