Here are a few of mine. This first one is a pup from one of my un-ID'd cacti. I'll put a picture of the mommy plant when it blooms to see if I can find out what it is; the little ones are kinda cute in their rooting stage.
Same plant with my thumb for reference (yes, I chewed the nail while stuck in traffic the other day, sorry.)
And here is his baby sister.
Another noid - there are 3 in there from the same litter. I AM learning how to ID a couple cactus believe it or not (not this one but...)
The pot is a creation of Chris - goldfinch4. She does such beautiful work! One day I will find a plant worthy of her artistry, but until then these little guys have a beautiful home to put out their roots.
I THINK this is a baby Tylecodon paniculatus but I'm not positive; it was in the same pot with one but it might be a NOID stowaway.
Here's what a little larger one looks like:
Though it's not the tiniest this Fockea crispa is also small right now. It's about as big as my thumb in diameter.
The container is another of Chris' wonderful works of art.
A closer look at Chris' handiwork:
And my last one for now is an Aeonium decorum sunburst crest
(I also see it on the web as "crested", "cresta", and "crestia"). These pics are all the same plant; they were taken "face on", and from the side. I think it is such a neat plant being so thin and so wide. It's in a 4" terra cotta pot.