Shade tolerance for aloes, agaves etc?
I plan to landscape the north side of a 2-story building in Los Angeles, so the plants will be completely in the building's shade for about half the year, probably more. The summer months will be very sunny and warm in that spot though.
If they are feasible for so much shade, I want to include Aloe ferox, various Agave (gemniflora, bovicornuta, vilmoriniana), Senecio mandraliscae, Dasylirion wheeleri, Euphorbia 'Sticks on Fire', Hesperaloe parviflora, Kalanchoe beharensis.
Is this a really bad idea? Or will the succulents just get a bit leggy and otherwise thrive?