Posted: 08/03/2016 at 19:39
It's the evergreen bit that is harder. Some clematis does OK in shade.
Some roses are OK in partial shade, like Wedding Day, a small pale yellow repeat flowered rambler from David Austin.
Several honeysuckles are OK with some shade and some are very scented.
If the pots will be in shade because of the fences then it may be easier to choose plants with good foliage, such as hostas, brunnera and heucheras. Some of the hardy geraniums would be OK. You could plant a few scented annuals too, such as Nicotiana.
But in sunny places there is much more choice. If sunny enough you could plant lavender and dianthus (pinks).