The flowers of Kumara haemanthifolia grow in unbranched, capitate or head-shaped racemes. On a mature plant the raceme may stand 45 cm tall, having about 30 individual flowers.
While in bud the perianth at a certain stage appears slightly club-shaped towards its tip; when open the segment tips curve outwards, not always retaining the club-shape. The outer segments are free almost to the base. The buds are upright in the raceme, the open flowers pendulous. Narrow bracts occur below the pedicel of each individual flower, more conspicuous when the buds are small.
Midspring is usually the peak flowering season. Unfortunately arriving at this colony of K. haemanthifolia plants too late for the flowers (although the photo was taken in October), the elegant curve of the raceme and some imagination must suffice for now in telling about the qualities of the inflorescence (Van Wyk and Smith, 2003; Reynolds, 1974; iSpot).