The inflorescence of Eulophia angolensis is a lax spike of 30 cm, comprising four to ten flowers. It grows on a stout peduncle, up to 2 cm in diameter. Small, pointed bracts are present upon the peduncle at the base of each flower.
The sweetly fragrant flowers are brightly lemon yellow, sometimes with tinges of brownish purple or olive. The sepals are long (2,6 cm) and narrow, their tips rounded. The ovate yellow petals, broader than the sepals, are parallel to and projecting over the column.
The three-lobed lip, sac-like at the base, has a crest that is narrowly ridged, the ridges ending one third of the lip length before its tip. The lip has toothed margins, wavy in their midsections. The spur is small or absent.
Blooming occurs from mid-spring to mid-autumn (Pooley, 1998; Manning, 2009; www.zimbabweflora.co.zw).