Canadian Landscape Standard (CLS – Second Edition)
The Canadian Landscape Standard (CLS) is a resource that defines good landscape construction practices. It is used by land developers, parks staff, landscape architects, landscape contractors and the building industry. The CLS is a great resource for anyone wanting to learn about the proper procedures in the Landscaping Profession.
- Do you know what the minimum size of the root ball should be in relation to a caliper sized tree of 50 cm (20 in.)?
- Do you know if you should keep your plant in a container or burlap bag?
Learn about this and more in the Canadian Landscape Standard Second Edition!
Learn About the CLS
Buy the CLS
Members of the CSLA and CNLA receive a free subscription to the CLS as a part of their membership.
- Students can receive a digital copy of the CLS at a heavily discounted rate of $50