Rules apply for planting a tree that has a front and back
I have a long strip of flowerbed...my puzzlement is on the placement of my wisteria tree. The tree has a front and a back. The strip it's going on it will be an end planting. So...do I face the front so that we can view it nicely while on the patio beside it. Or look at the side of it from that area and have the front facing the direction I am standing taking this photo. So I am looking at it's front? Or...face the front at the road? Seeing the back of the tree from our patio?
The tree will come down further on the bed...toward the end. Just sat it there when I unloaded it.
If there wasn't the road...which is a private lake road which we are the only house on that road, still...when one drives by do you want them to see the best side of the tree?