Hard to believe, but the back was worse than the front. Only total annihilation would work in my grand scheme of landscape salvation. If these words seem extreme to you, LOOK at the before pictures. A previous owner had been a potter, and built some kind of a structure over most of the yard using utilitarian materials, but nothing of any aesthetic appeal. I waved my hand and it was GONE. Wouldn't it be great if construction projects were that easy? Not satisfied with that blemish, he or she dug some kind of a pit and lined it with stone. Since everything in south Florida is level, my neighbors thought the depression and accompanying rocks were cool, but being a northerner and having seen my share of holes and rocks I got rid of them. I gave the people across the street the rocks for their yard, they were thrilled. When I garden around my house in Lexington Ma, these things grow in our soil like a perennial crop.