The flowers of Cyphia longifolia grow in sparsely flowered racemes. Flowers are borne on green, hairy pedicels with long narrow bracts at their base, in turn growing on the green hairy flower stalk. Small, narrowly pointed green sepals can be seen at the base of the corollas in picture.
The white and hairy corolla tube is cylindrical, bent in the shape of a saxophone, although the narrowly pointed lobe tips lose the resemblance to the musical instrument. The lobe tips are beige-brown on the specimen photographed, probably due to ageing of the flowers. These lobe tips may be white or tinged with pink (iSpot; Wikipedia).