The flowers of Zaluzianskya microsiphon grow without pedicels in spikes from leaf axils near stem tips. The corolla has a long cylindrical tube that becomes up to 5 cm in length, widening slightly towards the mouth. The tube is faintly hairy and longitudinally lined here, similarly coloured as the outer petal lobe surfaces.
Unlike many other Zaluzianskya species, the flowers are two-lipped or zygomorphic, i.e. not radially symmetric. The upper two petals, the upper lip, are erect and positioned close together; two of the lower three face to the sides, the middle one down. All the petals are white on their inner surfaces, dull purplish red on the outer ones. Petal shape is deeply notched at the tip with rounded lobes and tapering much towards the base. The petals may be wavier than those seen here.
Flowering happens in summer to mid-autumn (Manning, 2009; iSpot).