We just cleared the Watermelons, Musk Melons and Cucumbers off of this bed, with the exception of the Cucumber plant on the far upper left corner. It's a Japanese Cuke. We're saving that one for seed. This bed got an ammendment of compost and a spraying of glacial rockdust milk. We've seeded it with bulb onions for next year. I spaced the seeds pretty close, about 4 inches apart. Pretty tight, according to the package you are supposed to leave 16" gap between the rows. I ignored that part and made it 4" apart on the rows too.
This area had Cabbages and Kale growing during the winter/spring months. We added lots of raw compost and now we're growing our second batch of Curcurbits: Zuccini, Large Jack-o-lantern pumpkins, Bitter Melon, Watermelon and more Japnese Cucumbers.
Close up on the bitter melons