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I strongly urge you to avoid planting trumpet vine anywhere within reach of your house. I love
my big old trumpet vine, which grows on my back fence, but it sent a runner all the way across my yard (50 feet!) into the flower border beside my house. I didn't see it in time, and a shoot grew up underneath the siding. As it grew in size, it split and lifted the siding. In order to get the vine out, all the siding had to be removed from that side of my house. Then, of course, I had to pay for new siding to be installed and painted. It was a very expensive lesson for me. Now I examine the area around my home every 2 weeks, so I can remove any runners from the vine. I would be very
wary of allowing any vine to grow onto the roof of my house, because they could grow under the shingles and allow water to leak in. (JMO, though. I'm certainly not a roofer.
Clematis is nice. I have one on the west side of my front porch, but a tree shades it from the heat of the late afternoon sun. I don't know whether one would do well in direct west sun, without some sort of protection. Perhaps it would, I just don't know. My clematis is an old 'jackmanii', and only blooms from mid June to about early July. The rest of the summer, it's just a green vine, although the seed capsules are somewhat interesting. I have to cut it back to about 12" from the ground in the winter.
I happen to love honeysuckle, and have one that grows on a trellis on the east side of my house. It's not a Japanese honeysuckle, although I wish it were. I know they're considered very invasive, but I just love them. The one I have is called 'wilsonii', I think, but I could well be mistaken. It's been several years since I planted it. I'm not really pleased with it, because the flowers don't have the lovely honeysuckle scent. The flowers look like the ones in this pic:
"Isn't it enough to see that a garden is beautiful without having to believe that there are fairies at the bottom of it too?" - Douglas Adams