I landed a job that includes removing some rock and English Ivy. I have questions on both. 1. There is about 10 yards of white landscape rock (like you see in Fla. 2") that needs to be removed. Any tips on technique or speed? Shovel and wheelbarrow? Rake into snow shovel? 2. I have to remove 800 sqft. of English Ivy. I would just spray it but I am going to plant and mulch. Again, any tips on speed or technique. I have to make sure I get it all so it doesn't retake the bed. I would like to use a brush cutter but I think I need to try to pull it out so as to get the root also. I figured about 10 man hours for both. Charged $600 for that portion of the job. The rest includes 20yds of mulch, 9 Azaleas, 7 dwarf holly, 20 bales Pinestraw, 2 flats of annuals, and sand the back yard (500 sqft. 1/4 deep). The back yard is Bermuda and thin due to neglect and limited sun. He did not want to spring for new sod and it is not the time to plant seed so we are trying the sand. Total for job $2900.