The peduncle of the Aloe krapohliana inflorescence is brown to dull purple, sturdy and up to 15 mm in diameter. Numerous sterile bracts are scattered upon its surface below the inflorescence, broad-based, whitish and vein-lined. The bracts higher up subtending the individual flowers become smaller up the raceme, folding in around the lower halves of the pedicels.
The usually single racemes are conical, 15 cm long and 6 cm wide. The tubular perianths, the flowers, are initially more three-angled than cylindrical. They are scarlet to dull red with dark, metal-grey to dull green tips and about pendulous when open. Particularly the inner segment tips in picture are yellow-edged and deeper coloured than the outer ones. A perianth becomes up to 3,5 cm long.
The pedicels are 1,5 cm long on the lower flowers, elongating during the fruit stage. The flattened filaments are white but not seen, their exserted anthers, usually orange, have here not yet made an appearance either. The white style is exserted. Flowering happens in winter (Van Wyk and Smith, 2003; Reynolds, 1974; Jeppe, 1969).