sounds like a great spot for an herb garden if you like to cook. Lavenders would love it too. Maybe a crape myrtle in the lower corner? They are lovely in winter. What about boxwood for evergreen? Or maybe a trio of those tall skinny cypress or arborvitae, check with your local nursery re: hardiness zones. The good news is, you have time to get your major trees and shrubs in before winter, and you can take advantage of the end of season sales. It’s always best to start a new garden by planting the ‘anchor’ pieces first, anyway. Good luck!