Dyana Zweng is owner and lead designer of A BIT OF EARTH in Scotts Valley, California. She has had decades of design experience with textiles, interiors, ceramics, and most especially, flowers.
In England, she might be considered a “market gardener,” growing and arranging her own flowers to sell in the community. Her “community” extends northward from their little town to bustling Silicon Valley, and southward along the Pacific coast to Carmel.
Dyana gardens organically among redwoods and coastal oaks, sharing habitat with all manner of birds and pollinators, squirrels, coyotes, deer, and lizards. The garden provides redwood boughs, roses, vines, ferns, grasses, and succulents, as well as perennials like dahlias, lambs ears, foxgloves, delphinium, and hellebores.
Her floral designs juxtapose wild with luxe. They are all at once modern, timeless, and untamed.
WHAT WE BELIEVE
Flowers speak a universal language of honor and celebration.
Our brand is super-fresh and breathtakingly beautiful, arranged in an artful and naturalistic manner.
We embrace serving with trust, transparency, integrity, and inclusivity.
Botanicals are best grown in a sustainable/organic way, sourced from small local farms and gardens.
Just like “Slow Food,” “Slow Flowers” are healthy for people and the environment, and prepared with care.
We aim for “zero-waste.” Instead of single-use floral foam, plastic, and wire, we use biodegradable and reusable materials like glass vases, jute, silk, and willow.
Every wedding couple has a unique story to tell. Our goal is to help you define your inspiration and make it real.
We love to work with people who value nature, flowers, beauty, and creativity.