I have one of my lawn accounts that has asked me to some mild landscaping to get rid of her ugly corner. I'm not all that experienced in landscape quoting and could use some help. Here is what she is looking for: She wants the groundcover pulled out and a new kind put in The top leveled for a benck or hammock NO WEEDS EVER (lol...thought I'd throw this in) and She bought some castle stone type bricks and wants a small roughly 2' wall where the trench shows. It is on a hill and slanted, but wants it horizontally level (if that makes sense). She doesn't want the expense of actually putting mortar on and bricklaying, just set on top of each other. The wall is approx 13' long. Here is what I've come up with so far in how to do this: Plan to rip the old ground cover out, till it lightly, level the top and plant creeping jenny in there. Since the wall won't be cemented in with mortar, i plan to slope the dirt back and away from the stones so they don't bear any weight and hopefully won't move too much over the years. I figure that I will have to dig the trench a little deeper and level it out, put sand down and lay the first layer and level as I go, then put the second and so on and check from time to time on levelness. One of my fave quotes: "When asked if you can do a job, tell 'em 'Certainly I can!' Then get busy and find out how to do it."-Theodore Roosevelt So thats what I am posting for. Please give me input on anything you can. i.e.: Method for laying the wall, what plants to use (SLC, UT), pricing, hours it will take. I need to get her a bid this week and I am curious about what you think a labor estimate should be, but more interested in the labor hours you think it will take. Thanks in advance for any and all help.