|Wisteria: not my fence...yet.|
For the summer of 2014, I had gourds growing riotously along the top of the fence, so many pole beans that Mrs. I said, "No more," and some odd things like Malabar spinach.
That stretch of fence will have asparagus every six inches or so. Peas will grow there early, beans later.
The back section is against the alley and good for adding to the bird and butterfly area.
The sunny right section, next to Mr. Gardener's yard, will be a line of roses. I thought of running plants up that fence, but that would make his side of the fence messy, perhaps weedy. Mrs. Gardener loves roses and is delighted at the plans. (Always sell the wife first.)
Some call this vertical gardening. They build elaborate frames to maximize their garden space. I have mine for free, with enough space to try various plants.