Joy-Anna Duggar takes fans to the yard of her humble Arkansas home as she reveals plans to renovate outdoor space

JOY-ANNA Duggar took fans to the yard of her humble Arkansas home as she revealed plans to renovate her outdoor space.

The Counting On star begged her followers for help as her and husband Austin are planning on changing their front yard.

Joy shared a video of the front of the house on Monday before she asked for suggestions.

She said: "Guys, I need help. There's a storm rolling in so I'm going to be quick. But I need help with my house.

"I've been brainstorming on landscape. And there's one spot that's giving me loads of trouble. A spot here doesn't get very much sun, like at all actually, cause the house blocks it.

"And it's wet a lot of the time. So I was trying to look up plants that would work good in that environment."




She then showed fans the side of her house, which featured bare floor and grass leading up to the side entrance.

Then she zoomed in on a sad looking plant sitting by her porch, Joy said: "And then that just needs help.

"I don't even know what kind of plant that was, Jana gave it to me last year and I have not done a very good job of keeping it alive."

Filming her front porch, she continued: "All of this landscape. This is some extra plants we have that are just sitting there. My sister-in-law Lauren said I should do some kind of porch swing here. What are y'all's thoughts?




"We have some cute lights Austin put up. I just don't know what to do. And then maybe do some window boxes. But it's not looking super great right now.

"And we have that porch, which we could put patio furniture on, but I just don't know.

"Give me y'all's opinions, advice, and if you have any plants that'll look good in a wet spot that doesn't get much sun, please send them to me because I would really like to try something in that area so it's not a muddy mess all the time."

Joy-Anna, 23, and husband Austin, 27, share kids Gideon, three, and Evelyn, seven months, at their Arkansas house.

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