3 years to reach maturity
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Umbilicus is a genus containing roughly 17 herbaceous, succulent perennial species in the Crassulaceae family. They produce long, dimpled foliage from the base and small flowers. Flowers are arranged on terminal racemes. This triangular-shaped structure is a form of unbranched inflorescence where flowers are attached by equal stalks and the oldest flowers are formed at the base and new blooms from the tip as the plant grows. They are usually coloured yellow-green or pink, sometimes opening from pink buds, the flowers are bell-shaped to tubular in appearance.