The Triaspis glaucophylla flowers grow in small, corymb-shaped racemes from leaf axils and possibly stem-tips. There is a small, five-lobed calyx.
The corolla comprises five short-clawed, round-tipped petals that are concave on their upper surfaces. The petal colour is white or shades of mauve, lilac or pink, sometimes coloured along a central band only, the rest white. The colour is sometimes age related, only old flowers turning white. The petals are slightly unequal: one is fringed all round and longer, one usually fringed at the base only and three fringed along one side.
There are up to ten stamens, some aborted. The white filaments are free and nearly equal, the yellow anthers oblong. The superior ovary is three-locular, topped by three white, curved styles. The stigmas are on the side of the style tips (Schmidt, et al, 2002; Leistner, (Ed.), 2000; Letty, 1962; iNaturalist).