The “aimless rock”
Sometimes people want some rock in their garden but aren’t exactly certain how to get it in there. We call this the “aimless rock” problem, typified by this little entry in San Francisco:
Not only are the rocks here out of scale, they don’t relate to anything else in the little landscape, which is otherwise reasonably well put together. These owners might consider fewer rocks but better placed in relationship to what they already have, and to each other.