This is the best site I know for getting info on hops.
They have one shady variety which is ironically called sunbeam. The majority of all others like full sun.
I have considered buying these this week:
Sterling:like a Saaz
Williamette: Like a Fuggle
Sumbean: Shade tolerant Saaz
If I where you I'd start with Nugget & Cascade. Both are fast growers and are disease tolerant. Not to mention Freshops recomendation for beginers. If you wanted to substitute keep the Cascade and find something to replace the Nugget. Its really a bittering hop. If you use fresh hops its a gamble on the bittering potential. Not to mention freshops are best for flavor & aroma.
I have made one pilsner so far hopping lightly with nugget as a flavor hop. Haven't drank a beer yet but it smells good and the shot sized sample I tasted was not too bad, be that bitter or sweet. I'm bottle lagering so I'm patiently waiting it out.
The Cascade has been awesome, too unbelieveable to describe. The flavor & aroma eclipses any dry hop one can use. My American Cream Ale was my first home grown hop beer. I hit about 13 IBU's using dry cascade to bitter and cascade to flavor & aroma hop. It has a very good floral citrusy nose.
The first year of growing these require a lot of TLC; water, miracle grow and sun. The first year yield will be a 2 oz per plant, following years 4x that. Starting with vigorous high yield growers like nugget & cascade is the best way to try your first go at this.