Ok, thanks, everyone. I went back and bought a package and yeah, the leaves were way smaller than I remembered. It came with two plants and they're so tiny! I put them in what will be my 1 gallon shrimp tank with small stones on top of the roots (not the rhizome) because they're too small to tie to anything. Hopefully they will just root in the gravel like my regular-sized anubias in my 55 gallon. I can't imagine these ever growing normal sized leaves, but it would be really interesting to see if that ever happens. One of my regular anubias plants in my 55 gallon grew a really small, rounded/curled leaf, but went back to normal-sized leaves after that.
Also, they are super dark green. Is that normal for the "petite" variety if that's what it is, or is it because of inadequate light?
Edit: I just added a picture of the early stages of this tank to My other thread
, so you can see the tiny anubias plants.