Sweet autumn clematis invasive?
Looking for advice on the advisibility of planting Sweet Autumn Clematis (clematis ternifora). I have read that it can be invasive but many of those reports come from warmer zones. I'm in Kansas City and would put the vine on my eastern fence, which gets a good dose of afternoon sun. I don't want to be digging volunteers up and, because the fence borders a neighbors property, I don't want to cause them problems either. I used to have a lovely honeysuckle on that fence and my neighbor hacked it to pieces when it flopped over onto her side.
So who has experience with this plant?