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TYRO Gardening in 2022

As we come up on Spring 2022, there’s plenty of beautiful and fun plants to grow in your garden this year, and they will surely be there to brighten your day even when it’s cloudy. Let’s look at what we at TYRO may be planting in our gardens this year, and hopefully you will be too!


At the beginning of this spring season, there are some great cool season crops that you can still start to grow in your garden. These include broccoli, cabbage, and cauliflower to name a few. Then, as you move into summer, carrots, potatoes, mushrooms, and even lettuce are great options to grow healthy and fresh in your garden this year. Some vegetables can be tougher to grow than others, and some can be super easy like potatoes. Make sure that when you start to plant vegetables in your garden, you plan the time, so you’ll be able to treat each plant with the help they need to grow nice and fresh for you this year.


Some of our favorite fruits to grow in our garden here at TYRO are cucumbers, tomatoes, watermelon, and raspberries. Some of our staff at TYRO even have natural raspberry bushes in their yards, and so sometimes we can grow fruits and vegetables naturally from home without even needing to do anything! Check outside your house and in your yard to see if you have any fruits or vegetables growing naturally too! Personally, watermelon is a TYRO favorite for many of us, and so that’s what we’ll be mainly focusing on during this spring and summer season of 2022.


Flowers can be a game changer when it comes to how beautiful your garden’s appearance is. Whether it’s how amazing your garden looks because of your gorgeous flowers decorating your garden, or how well your entire yard smells from these flowers, they surely do have a significant impact on your garden every single year. A couple of the most beautiful, yet easy to grow flowers are pansies, zinnia, marigolds, and snapdragons. All these flowers come in different colors, so make sure you do your research so you don’t miss out on a color that you think might look better and fit more with your style of garden.

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