Answer: This is a tough one. The only flowering climber hardy in your region that is resistent to deer I could find is Wisteria. This plant would need regular pruning and training, and I'm afraid it might not fare well in high winds. A better bet might be English ivy--though it has no flowers, you could interplant with flowering perennials like Echinops ritra (globe thistle) or Monarda (bee balm), or with annuals like cleome and salvia.
All these plants are reputed to be spared by deer, but if they are hungry enough deer will eat just about anything!
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