Posted: 24/03/2014 at 21:51
Hi Mortartube. Welcome to the forum.
I would venture to call it a Kalanchoe ( Family. Crassulacea) Sedum bye the bye is also of the Crassulacea family.
Sadly the Kalanchoe tends to become leggy, as your picture shows. Commercially, they are grown and marketed as an eye catcher. Basically intende to be trown away after flowering.
A tip or two. For instance. Your plant could be cut down. It will quickly regrow into a bushyer plant, but in time will once again race away and become legs eleven. Any piece of the stem will propagate. Simply poke the end ito some soil. Also you will note, that the leaves are somewhat fleshy. Kalanchoe and Sedums, all the Ice plants etc. You can snap off the leaves, just insert them into moist compost. You will soon have more plants than you need.
Hope this helps.