The flowers of Erica discolor grow on short hairy pedicels at the tips of stems or short side-branches.
The flowers have long, somewhat curving corolla tubes with pale lobes at the tips that are either whitish or pale yellow. Both styles and anthers are exserted from the corolla mouths in picture. The shallow petal lobes curve outwards, while the flower tube curves down near its mouth.
Flowering happens from midsummer to early autumn, but environmental differences in the varied distribution result in some flowering during all seasons (Manning, 2007; iSpot; Baker and Oliver, 1967; Bond and Goldblatt, 1984).