Thank you so much.. I looked it up and I think I'm going to check into buying some Crossvine. All that I read seems to fit my needs for the purpose as well as the area in which I will plant it. + it's beautiful.
themoonhowl, Thanks as well for your suggestions. I really like the "Monkey Ball Vine (Green), Ornamental Yam, Dioscorea" ... I bought some a few years ago from a lady nearby that sells plants from her front lawn, because I love the foliage. I was later told that it can be invasive here (similar to Kudzu) so I never took it from it's pots. I dont know how much truth there is to what I was told since I don't see it growing everywhere like the kudzu does. Since we already fight to keep the Wisteria from choking out our large oak trees I was concerned my DH might help me to an untimely death if we ended up having to fight off another (possibly) invasive vine.
I love growing climbing vines. There are lots you can grow from seed that are very fast growers and lovely bloomers! I try to find new ones every year. Plain old Morning Glory can be beautiful! Cardinal vine, cypress vine, canary vine is a very pretty yellow. You have the advantage with a sunny and warm location. Mine are mostly shady and in very cool Oregon! Good luck and have Fun!!