The flowers of Anisodontea scabrosa grow solitary or in small clusters from upper leaf axils. Behind the calyx there is an epicalyx or collar of three bracts.
The flowers in several shades of pink have broad, clawed petals, often flat- or square-tipped and spreading, the flower diameter up to 35 mm. In picture there are green gaps besides the petal claws near the flower centre, showing leaves, bracts or calyces. There are often lines or darker patches on the petals near their bases.
The stamens have filaments joined in a central column, white in picture, parting at the top with numerous dark anthers scattered around the upper column part. The style and its branches are not clear to see at the top of the column.
Each fruit segment holds one seed (Curtis-Scott, et al, 2020; Manning, 2009; Pooley, 1998; iNaturalist).