No rambling roses here
Of course saying roses here wouldn't have "a snowflakes chance in hell" is a bit of an understatement. So the job of 'rambling' has to be done by other plants.
And to paraphrase another saying, 'One man's house plant is another man's garden plant'. This thread shows some of the potential of a number of the vining/climbing/epiphytic plants which some people are used to seeing as house plants and others here have as garden plants.
They are a bit like kids kept indoors - confined, subdued, looking longingly out of the windows.
But when released into the outdoors they explode into a riot of fun and activity. Except, no noise! What a blessing!
So here's some photos of my rampant climbers, not in any particular order other than the sequence they were taken.
The first is Philodendron erubescens, a reasonably fast grower but not overwhelmingly so. Once it clumps up on a tree trunk it looks quite nice.