Posted: 30/11/2016 at 16:21
The good news is that you will have mor elight and air and rain in your garden which will help the soil and there will be no monsters sucking all the goodness out of the soil. Think of it as a blessing and erect a fence using wooden panels up to 1m80 high or a wire mesh fence depending on budget and taste.
I would grow different climbers for variety of leaf and flower as well as seasonal colour and perfume and to provide more interest for wildlife - nectar, berries, hips, shelter.
Have a look at repeat flowering climbing and rambling roses - not all repeat so do check? See David Austin, Peter Beales and Harkness websites for starters.
There are also hundreds of clematis available - some evergreen, some perfumed and with flowering times and rates of vigour to suit most gardens plus a wide range of flower colour and form. This nursery specialises in clems - http://www.hawthornes-nursery.co.uk/ and the owner sometimes posts on here and is happy to advise. See also Taylor's and Thorncroft.
Honeysuckle give perfume and come in creams, yellows and pinky purple. Not all are perfumed so research first. Try the RHS website for varieties and cultivation requirements.
If you do go for a wooden panel fence, you'll need to string tensioned wire between the posts to support climbers - 12" intervals will do the trick and you'll end up with a wonderful feature.