If you are looking for a yellow flowering climbing plant then Gelsemium sempervirens could be worth considering.
Long bright yellow trumpet shaped flowers this plant is commonly called 'Yellow jessamine' as well as 'Caroliana jasmine'.
A woody twining plant the flowers form in spring to summer in clusters. It is a plant that is also use in homeopathy.
Excellent against a bare wall in a sunny position and easy to grow in USDA Zones 7 - 11. Flowers are fragrant and the plant is easily pruned to control growth.
It native habitat is in wooded areas or thickets, usually dry, and always well drained.
Landscaping uses :
- As a garden plant it is useful a climbing plant to cover a fence or to grow over a climbing frame of some sort.
- It can also be grown as a mound forming shrub.
Prune after flowering, rememebr to wear gardening gloves as this plant is poisenous and the sap can also be a skin irritants.
- Generally problem free if grown i the right position.