The pale green, downy pedicelled Erica caffra flowers grow in clusters at and near stem-tips, from the upper leaf axils. The sepals at the wide corolla bases are narrow and straight, spreading away from the tubes. They are pale here, contrasting against the much darker green of the leaves. There are tiny, inconspicuous bracts or bracteoles lower down on the pedicels.
The corolla tubes are 5 mm to 6 mm long, the four short, rounded lobes at each flower tip angled out. The flowers are not sticky. The eight stamens are included, the anthers tailed (Marais, (Ed.), 2017; Vlok and Schutte-Vlok, 2015; Manning, 2007; iNaturalist).