My plot at work is huge--I am working the plot with a colleague, and hopefully this year it will go better than last year, when they had to close it down for two weeks to test the soil (long story--everything is fine, though). There were so many weeds after that, I simply couldn't keep up. Some dude in a loin cloth was swinging around in a vine and kept calling me Jane. It was odd. Thanks to the mild winter, I was able to gather a lot of mulch for the workplace plot and I think (I hope!) we'll be okay weed-wise.
But, I've got some snazzy pics of my town container plot. Container gardens--especially those based on Mel Bartholomew's Square Foot Gardening technique--are very low maintenance. It's difficult to over-water them, the soil mix means the plants do well, they don't get choked with weeds, and while you do have a problem with some creatures trying to make off with your produce, you can easily put some chicken wire around it to keep them away.
One of our garden partners got a bunch of plants on sale at Home Depot. Among them were leeks. They were bunched all together and they looked like a tuft of grass. These things to the right are leek shoots. It will be interesting to see how they turn out.
Some thyme. That stuff took over another plot so many people got gifted some cuttings.
Basil. I try to grow a lot of basil because I make as much pesto as I can.
Leftover lettuce from last year. What the heck, I'll take it!