The solitary, white flower of Pauridia serrata subsp. albiflora grows on a long, green, naked scape. The flower is subtended by two thread-like bracts.
The six free tepals of the star-shaped corolla spread to 2 cm in diameter. They are oblong with abruptly tapering, pointed tips. The six stamens cohere erectly around the style in the centre, the yellow filaments topped by small yellow anthers. The style is short, the stigma branched into three.
Flowering happens from late autumn to midspring. The fruit is a dry capsule, opening by a lid at its top (Manning, 2007; Manning and Goldblatt, 1997; Bond and Goldblatt, 1984; iNaturalist).