Mound of English Ivy. You cannot tell from this photos but there's a beautiful stone wall hidden underneath.
Bit by bit, I reorganized the pile of stones. Finding the right stone to fit the corner, or face, is not so difficult, just heavy. Basically, the larger flat sided stones are for the face of the wall and any stone that has two flat faces next to each other make a corner. All other stones are filler, either for leveling the larger back-breaking stones along the face or within the wall to add mass. Stone dust is a wonderful filler to fill the voids. It's similar to sand in that it's a fine material, however, it is more coarse and compacts nicely. In the photos, the stone dust is the grayish colored "sand". Luckily, it's the same material used to level the brick walkway. A surplus amount of it was left around the area.