A Dipcadi brevifolium flower consists of six tepals or segments, arranged in two whorls of three like all monocots related to the lilies.
There is a triangular, pale brown and papery bract below the pedicel of each flower, attenuating into a markedly long, thread-like tip. The pedicels vary in length among plants of this species, here quite short.
A slight bulge occurs near the base of the cylindrical, ridged perianth. The tepals are fused in their lower parts. The outer three segments end in narrower, oblong tips, recurving earlier and wider than the squat, triangular lobes of the inner three that spread more than recurve, forming the flower mouth. Anthers and stigma tips may be near the mouth, sometimes visible but not exserted.
An oblong, three-loculed fruit capsule is produced, about 1,5 cm long. The seeds are disc-shaped, about 7 mm in diameter (Moriarty, 1997; Bond and Goldblatt, 1984; iNaturalist; http://worldfloraonline.org).