So, Green Beans (Pole Beans, Snap Beans) of the bush variety and Butter Beans (Lima Beans) are planted in the planter box, each takes up half the length of the planter box. Then, 4 ft spacing to the first row of potatoes, then another 4 foot to the next row of potatoes. I wanted to make sure I had plenty of room later to mound up around the potatoes. Then, first row of corn at 3.5 ft, second row at 18 inches, and a tomato with cage fits between the two rows and marks the end of the first planting of corn. This arrangement still lets me run my equipment down the wide rows, keeps the tomato cages tucked out of the way, and the 18 inch spacing lets me squeeze a little more stuff in. I feel that with hand tending and hand fertilizing, I can get away with that spacing. So, a total of 4 rows of corn, half planted now and half to be planted later, with tomatoes marking the middle. Then, a partial row of potatoes, and about 2/3 row of some pea crop my wife wanted, and the final row is garden peas, zucchini and squash.