Question about Vines and repotting
Location: Walnut Creek, CA. This will be a full sun concrete patio with limited space and fenced off by a wooden fence. The problem is that the fence faces out to a public walkway, so joggers and pedestrians walk by often and can see into the patio. Note that there is an existing irrigation system in place and there are already one or two citrus tree in a pot.
One idea is to grow some vines across the fence, but HOA rule does not allow anything to attach to wall permanently. One idea was to setup some planters with caster wheels and attached trellis. The idea is to grow the vine on the trellis and we can still roll the whole planter and trellis away when they need to do maintenance on the fence.
Possible vines includes passiflora, Canary bird vine, and clemantis. Would these grow from a container? How big of a container would you need? Which of the vine require the less pruning and maintenance other than watering?
Secondly, since this is growing out of a container, I imagine that it would need repotting every couple of years. How would one do this when it's attached to the trellis?