The flowers of Crassula garibina grow in densely clustered panicles on erect stalks. In this picture the flowering has ended; only brown seed-heads remain. In habitat the panicles are sometimes short, shyly hiding between leaf tips for providing a little shelter from the elements where seed production may be easier to accomplish.
Cup-shaped to cylindrical flower tubes open in recurving cream coloured petal lobes. Dark anthers are positioned right in the flower mouth, protruding ever so slightly (Williamson, 2010).