This is an upright branching tree sedum that grows to about 24 inches tall. Similar to Sedum praealtum in stature and leaf shape, there are some obvious differences. My Sedum dendroideum has leaves that curl upward, whereas my S. paealtum has much flatter leaves. Also Sedum dendroideum has glands that can be seen by looking closely at the edges of the leaves. It's a little harder to see the glands when the leaf margins color up red, but they are still visible. Flowers are bright yellow in clusters. Mexico.