Posted: 09/01/2016 at 14:27
Pebble dash won't take kindly to any self clinging climber so I suggest you erect supports to cover your wall and then train climbing roses, rambling roses, clematis, honeysuckle, pyracantha, wisteria and so on. You can also combine roses with clems, for example to give a longer season of interest.
Supports can be elaborate - plain or stained terllis panels attached to battes which are screwed to tehwall. The battens allow air to circulate behind which is better for the plant and, if you hinge the trellis to the bottom batten, you can let it down to do wall maintenance such as painting without having to cut down the plants.
A cheaper and more discreet alternative is to screw strong vine eyes at regular intervals in horizontal lines at intervals of 12 to 18 inches (30 to 45cms). You then stretch tension wires between them (available for good DIY and garden stores) and tie in the plants as they grow. The horizontal training increases flower power.
I have both systems and they work well. Two trellis panels support two clems on the back wall, either side of our back kitchen window and wires allow a rampant Kiftsgate rose to cover our dull brick frontage. This rose will happily grow to 10 metres or more. It only flwoers once but then has healthy foliage for the summer and a profusion of hips that give a show through autumn and winter.