There is a vining honeysuckle (relative to the shrub) that is showy, hardy and blooms much of the summer. It needs a sunny spot, rich soil, regular water and a trellis or even a chain-link fence. It produces red, yellow or cream colored blooms. “Halls” is the hardiest variety.
Kintzley’s ghost vining honeysuckle isn’t much for flowers but it produces showy, large saucer-shaped silvery bracts that look like silver dollars. Avoid the fragrant Japanese honeysuckle at altitudes above 5,500′ as it is the least hardy.