My wife and I recently moved from a large acreage to a small, urban lot and would like to turn it into our private 'garden oasis'. A key component is screening with hedges and climbing vines - allowing for a variety of light conditions. The rear of our lot overlooks greenspace and is on the lip of a steep bank. We plan to place a five foot chain link fence along it (to keep our dog in) and are considering planting a bunch of climbing roses along it. We had Dublin Bay's before and loved them, an easy rose to both grow and maintain. However, the fence is facing south but the best place to plant the roses would be on the north side where it has much more shade for the first couple of feet. Any suggestions or possible alternative varieties? We tried a few varities of yellow climbing roses at our previous place, but they all were prone to aphids and other insects - much, much more so than the Dublin Bay and other reds we had. Is this typical of the yellow roses?