Hi guys, new to the forums and gardening about two-three years now! Have searched here for advice for a long time but my particular question doesn't seem to get answered consistently, so here it goes... I have one Garnet JM and one Crimson Queen JM, each only a few years old in large planters. Well draining soil. I recently moved to a new house (from NC to TN) and I have limited spots to place the trees. My question is this: Which plant will do best in full morning/early afternoon sun (let's say from sun-up to about 3pm), and which will do best in shade with some dappled sunlight in the afternoon (shady in the morning, then some dappled light from about 1pm-sundown)? Really these are the only choices I have the new yard! Some more background: The Crimson Queen has been in the full morning/early afternoon sun since the leaves budded out in late Feb. It did great there so far in early spring, so normally I would leave it alone. But I'm worried about leaf scorching in summer (it had some burn last year when it was in NC) and the tree honestly looks/fits better in the shadier spot! The Garnet was just purchased last week and it's been in the shady spot. It seemed to be doing fine but the tree itself looks better in the other sunnier location. Also the nursery I got it from had it out in full sun. The other question that is never consistently answered on other threads is about leaves turning green. Is it from too much shade, or too much light in summer? I've heard these cultivars keep there deep color in summer and I want them to if possible! My Crimson began to turn green leaves recently (like, two days ago) and I feel this is too early in the season. It has to be due to placement. Will more or less light improve this condition? So please any advice would be appreciated relating to these two cultivar's light requirements...so I can make the best placement choice for my little JM's! Thanks so much!