Some friends have recently taken on a new property in South-East England which includes, among other things, a greenhouse in poor condition filled mostly by a mature and well-trained vine.
Another plant is growing enthusiastically, with thin but fairly rigid stalks bearing long pods with a distinctive calyx (?). My first thought was a wisteria of some sort, but I'd be interested in any suggestions.
This previous answer suggests that it might possibly be a catalpa, but the various photos I see lack the distinctive bell around the stalk. Tree with long seed pods
My apologies for the quality of the photo, but conditions weren't good and since we've just had a hard frost it's unlikely that I'll be able to get a better one.