If you stay in the same place, focus on the same object and keep the same aperture then yes. The longer the focal length, the smaller the depth of field (if focus distance, aperture and format are kept the same).
so not just my zoom, but my physical distance from the subject matters? of course understanding I'm using an open aperature f/2.2
Yes, the greater the distance, the more depth of field. If you balance zoom and distance so that the object stays the same size in the viewfinder the depth of field stays the same for close objects.
As the object you are focusing on moves further away the more you tend to get greater depth of field with a wide angle lens than with a longer lens. In technical terms as you approach the hyperfocal distance of the wide angle lens, the wide angle has more depth of field.
What zoom lens do you have that has a constant aperture of f/2.2?