I wasn't planning for these to go out quite yet, but their dixie cups disintegrated, so 2 of the 4 melons are already planted, and the other 2 trying to harden before their cups give up the ghost, too... This year's attempts are return varieties Sweet N Early (cantaloupe) and Gold Bar (sort of an Asian cuke-melon hybrid), and new variety Gurney's Lil Sweet. Reviewers said nice things about its productivity and growing it in square foot and container approaches.
For the in-ground melons, the concept is that these will succeed the peas, as they die off from heat. Growing one of the Lil Sweet in a pot, and the other in the ground.
Edit: Oh, so I don't forget... For the container melon, I added hydroton grow rocks in the bottom layer of soil, plus a sprinkling of blueberry fertilizer, on the theory that cukes sure seem to love MirAcid. Then both seedlings transplanted with 2 T Vegetables Alive! fertilizer, as per package instructions.
Melons seem to like MirAcid as much as cucumbers do.
Lil Sweet, pot: 3 (first 8/9, 12.5 week) - ended 8/12 (no more fruit to ripen)
Lil Sweet, ground: 5? (first 8/15 or so) - ended ~9/1
Sweet n Early: 4? (first 8/25 or so) - ended ~9/1
The last 6 fruit weren't good eating - the plants were dying of powdery mildew, and didn't develop their flavor.