Hi and welcome! I am in Cincinnati also! The next thing you really should do is have your soil tested or at least get a pH meter. My soil is heavy alkaline clay and that is kind of restrictive re what you can plant.
But I'll give you a few suggestions.
Serviceberry and viburnum are both lovely native shrubs, that have pretty flowers (the viburnum flowers are very fragrant) followed by berries that birds like. Serviceberry (aka juneberry) is actually a small tree, but it comes in dwarf, shrub sizes. It would be nice in your spot because it is very open and airy, so wouldn't hide your house or block your view:
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viburnum comes in many varieties, some very dwarf, under three feet high. It has a denser growing habit.
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Driving around Cincinnati in spring you have certainly seen our beautiful flowering dogwoods. It is another tree that also comes in dwarf shrub forms. One is the red-twigged dogwood, which has brilliant red stems that are beautiful against snow. The smallest dogwood is the bunchberry, which grows as a ground cover, but has the same beautiful dogwood flowers followed by berries. But dogwoods, especially the bunchberry have to have acidic soil.
After you plant one or two small shrubs, then fill in with some perennials. Choices that would like your morning sun location include columbine, coral bells, bleeding heart, bellflower, daylilies, astilbe, obedient plant, tiarella, purple coneflowers, penstemon. Be sure to add in a few of our beautiful spring ephemeral wild flowers, like trillium, jack in the pulpit, trout lily, Virginia bluebells.
Be sure you check out Keystone Flora Native Plants Nursery https://www.keystoneflora.com/
5081 Wooden Shoe Hollow Lane
Cincinnati, OH 45232
less than a mile from Spring Grove Cemetery.
They are just opening for the season now.