Hi and welcome to NGA!
Your don diego de le blanca looks like Ipomoea alba - if this is like the I. alba it is an annual for those who get killing freezes in Winter - if the plant itself doesn't die back it could clearly get very much out of hand and very quickly. The problem with this vine is that it's very VERY aggressive once it gets going with thick stems and makes a more seeds than you can imagine so from that point of view, it is invasive. I grow these almost every year on masonry ladders and when I see seed pods starting to form I spend about 20 minutes once a week cutting the pods off the vine and also cutting back runners that run along the ground. The vine itself will strangle anything it gets a hold of. They do best in the 75 to 90 degree heat range in my experience.
I would suggest if you want to grow this or any other invasive vine, to do so vertically off the ground and take great care not to let the runners get away from you. Masonry Ladders are the best thing for invasive vines because it makes it easier to contain and control their growth.