Posted: 14/07/2017 at 18:32
The raspberry can be transplanted any time I think - as it has fruited already, you could cut off the fruiting stem - make a nice hole for it - water it in. I'm not a Raspberry expert tho so there may be others who could best advise you on that one.
The other plants you mention will be much happier if you can provide a border for them - the grass will only suck up water and nutrients and leave less for your climbers. As much good soil as you can and a mulch as you suggest. Most clematis prefer their roots to be in shade.
If you have planted the common Passion flower, just be aware that it can be a bit of a thug - may be best to either keep in a large pot for a couple of years or to get rid.
It's very rarely that garden/plant queries are stupid - you ask if you are unsure and mostly on this forum you will find that someone is only too happy to help you out,
Rest assured that you aren't the only one to find the info on the internet can not only be baffling but a load of old cobblers to boot