The inflorescence of Hessea breviflora comprises a large, dense umbel of small pink or white, star-shaped flowers that appear in autumn. In this photo several umbels can be seen blooming together on top of one clump of bulbs.
The six tepals of each flower are similar in the inner and outer whorls of three each, narrowly oblong with margins slightly curving in or turned up and tapering to angular tips. Spreading dark coloured anthers and white styles can be seen in the open flowers.
There are still buds that will open later. The flowers are sometimes faintly scented (Duncan, et al, 2016; iSpot).