Whoa! Too big and too close in such a confined space, right?
No. Because they're going to be heavily manipulated to exactly the shape required - ie one-sided and leaning out over the street in a kind of fan shape. The canopies will also be regularly thinned to keep the shade dappled instead of solid.
This can only be achieved by planting a tree that, of itself, is too big for the space and then constraining it. People often plant small trees in this situation and the space remains forever hot and exposed.
|Bayview Tce, Claremont (click to enlarge)|
And this just happened to be in the street. Pretty, isn't it?
|I wish these grew on trees… (click for a better |