At the back of the garden near the compost heaps I have a patch of autumn fruiting raspberries that were slow to establish but are now growing really well. They are close to another area of summer fruiting raspberries and the two are merging together. I also have some sweet cicely hiding behind them in a shady corner. I planted some lemon balm last year in front of the raspberries and it has spread and grown strongly this year. The lemon balm spread out horizontally last autumn and the raspberries sent shoots up through it. The lemon balm has now put on lots more height and they appear to complement each other, although I will wait to see if the lemon balm is shaded out by the raspberries too much. There is also some salad burnet and peppermint that makes up the front of the patch.
I took a video of the patch developing in the middle of May which has some labels showing the different plants. Only part of the picture is in focus, but hopefully you can see the range of different plants.