Geissorhiza tulbaghensis is a corm-bearing geophyte. This deciduous perennial can grow from 50 to 150 mm tall, with a short, almost velvety stem. The linear leaves are 3–8 mm wide and often sticky at the base.
The inflorescence appears in late winter and spring (August to September) and consists of 1 or 2 flowering spikes of white flowers with dark brown to purple centres. The tepals range from 18 to 22 mm long and form a wide open cup with a short tube of 4.5 mm long. The stamens and style of G. tulbaghensis are all on one side of the flower and arch downwards
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