Excerpt from Forestry Pamphlets, Vol. 9: Silviculture; Shade Trees
Spacing. Do not plant trees so close together that when grown they will interfere or entirely shade the house fronts. Too much shade is as bad as too little, and each tree should have room to develop its own f... orm. (fig. In blocks made up of lots 20 feet wide, or less, a tree should be planted in front of every other house only, those on opposite sides being alternated thus.
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