This marvelous but critically endangered plant is known only from tiny Robinson Crusoe Island off the coast of Chile. It forms a shrub to about 3 m (10 ft.) tall with robust trunks that are sparsely branched at the base, each of which holds a rosette crown of broad, thick, undivided leaves with slightly toothed margins, similar to Dendroseris pruinata. The inflorescence holds many delicate white flowers. Like most Dendroseris, it has enormous potential as an ornamental. Dendroseris micrantha germinates quickly, in approximately two weeks from planting, and will thrive in any cool, moist climate in USDA zones 9 and 10.