You can try climbing hydrangea (Hydrangea petiolaris var. anomala) on a north-facing wall. Keep in mind it attaches to the wall surface itself, so does not require a trellis. And, it will, over time, reach the top of your house with lovely exfoliating bark on the stems and flat white flowers (corymbs) in the late summer.
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