What are my chances of success if I plant veggies against the north side of my house? I was thinking of setting up some trellises against the wall, and trying maybe pole beans, zucchini, small pumpkins, cukes.... My problem is that I'm short on land in general, and especially short on SUNNY spots. Blasted trees and buildings are everywhere (grumble, grumble...). The south side of the house is 100% blocked by the neighbor and the 7' privet hedge running down the property line. West side is partially blocked by the garage, but that's our main growing area. The east side is largely blocked by a big magnolia tree and two 30' pines. I have the west and east areas basically packed with plants already. Will I get ANY veggies growing on the north side, or will it just be a waste of time? The house is 3 stories, and made of very orange brick, if that makes a difference. Thanks!