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I’m a gardening pro – my simple “zone tip” makes it easy to know which plants will thrive in your garden

As the weather warms up, you may want to spend a lot more time outside and do a little gardening.

But if you have no idea how to start, one gardening expert shared how to do it.

Brandon Koruna shares content about growing plants

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Brandon Koruna shares content about growing plantsPhoto credit: TikTok / brandonkoruna
He revealed you can check which zone you live in to understand what plants will thrive in your garden

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He revealed you can check which zone you live in to understand what plants will thrive in your gardenPhoto credit: TikTok / brandonkoruna

Brandon Koruna, a content creator who mostly talks about growing plants, revealed that the first thing you should consider when designing your garden is what you want to grow.

It can be anything from what you like to eat to what you just like to look at.

“Once you get this list, you’ll want to look up two things,” Koruna said in his TikTok video.

“The first is your plant hardiness zone.”

Plant hardiness zone is the standard that gardeners and growers can use to determine which plants are most likely to thrive in a site, according to the USDA.

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You can do this by simply typing your city into your search engine along with the words “climate zone”.

The site will provide you with information on when to plant your seeds, when to transplant them, and when is opportune for them to thrive.

“Once you have that information, go to the Almanac website,” he suggested.

He explained that this website will give you better information about what plants will thrive in your zone so you can go to your nearest garden center fully prepared.

“You can generally grow one zone above and all below yours,” he concluded.

This chart uses average minimum winter temperatures across the country to determine which plants will survive the winter where you live.

The USDA map includes 13 zones with temperatures ranging from -60 degrees Fahrenheit (Zone 1) to 70 degrees Fahrenheit (Zone 13).

Following Koruna’s advice, many went to the comments section and thanked him for his advice.

“Didn’t know we could grow below our zone!” wrote one man.

A second commented: “I’m so stressed out about the process of starting a garden.

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“That’s helpful! Thanks!”

And a third said: “This was the first helpful video for beginners. Thanks.”

You can grow crops in your zone and below

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You can grow crops in your zone and belowPhoto credit: Getty

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