I can't spell that silly "e" word either. I was hoping that since it propogates from the root spreading out that it would help with that.
There are already roots all through that area which is why I feel relatively safe taking out a lot of the grass and giving the drawf everygreen a better chance to get a good hold there.
With the honey suckle on top then the dwarf evergreen The flat space below should be safe for the peonies and hosta. Or at least that's the current plan.
That garden plan of mine is really shaping up although I am trying to keep it simple and let what I have multiply over the next few years rather than filling it up now and not having room for anything later that I want to add.
Some day I hope that I will know enough that I will plant
in such a way that the entire garden will be a blooming field from the first day of spring
right through the first frost but that's quite a ways off.