The five spreading petals of the Cassine peragua flowers have rounded tips, the petals sometimes oblong, in other cases triangular, always spreading in open flowers.
At the petal base, the fleshy disc forms a whitish, lobed ring around the semi-ellipsoid ovary that is cream or green in the centre.
The spreading stamens are positioned in the gaps between the petals. Most anthers in picture are brown, some are white (Venter, 2012; Leistner, (Ed.), 2000).