The inflorescence of Chlorophytum triflorum is unbranched, a few flowers on jointed pedicels growing from each node in the raceme.
The star-shaped white flowers spread their green-banded segments widely. The flowers are unscented, appearing from midwinter to midspring, each flower lasting a day. The photo was taken at the end of August.
The fruits, three-angled capsules, are smooth. The seeds are thin, flat and black (Manning, 2007; Manning and Goldblatt, 1996; iNaturalist).