See if this makes sense to you.
make two plots. one with 3.5ft wide x 12ft long. the other 3.5ft wide by about 6ft long or less.
allow 2ft walkway between plots.
caged/staked tomatoes and caged/trellised peas should be planted in the northside of each plot.plant
the tomatoes on the right plot [3.5ft x 12ft]; divide this plot evenly [about 3 ft sections] and plant
--> carrots & radishes.
on the other plot, plant
the caged/trellised peas, then the cukes.
the purpose in planting the taller vegetables in the northside is to prevent them from shading the other plants
as the sun moves from east to west.
As suggested by other members, you can do companion planting with other vegetables & herbs and flowering plants
as well. plant
carrots and radish at the same time. Radish matures early before it crowds the carrots. You can plant
onions next to peppers
. Lettuce is shade tolerant and can be planted next to tomatoes.