Dyana Zweng is the owner of A Bit of Earth in Scotts Valley, California. She has decades of design experience with flowers, textiles, interiors, ceramics, and gardens.
A Bit of Earth serves communities northward to bustling Silicon Valley and San Francisco, and southward along the Pacific coast to Carmel.
Dyana’s studio and garden sit among redwoods and coastal oaks. The garden welcomes many species of birds and pollinators. Squirrels, lizards, moles, and many other creatures make their homes here. Coyotes and deer often visit. The garden provides redwood boughs, roses, vines, ferns, grasses, and succulents, as well as perennials like dahlias, lambs ears, foxgloves, delphinium, and hellebores. This year boasts seven new raised beds for the production of annuals and bulb flowers. The garden flowers are just a portion of any event. Dyana also sources from several small local farms.
Her floral designs juxtapose wild with luxe. They are at once modern, timeless, and untamed and blend seamlessly into the surrounding beauty of our coasts and forests.
WHAT WE BELIEVE
Every couple has a unique story to tell. Flowers speak an ancient language of romance, fertility, and celebration.
Our heart is to help you define your inspiration and bring it to life with perfectly-suited florals.
We love to work with people who share our passion for flowers. We value diversity and inclusivity, and believe in marriage equality.
Paralleling the “Slow Food” movement, “Slow Flowers” are healthy for the environment and for both those who grow and enjoy them.
Slow flowers are more fragrant and long-lasting than conventionally grown or imported flowers.
We aim for “zero-waste.” So instead of single-use floral foam, plastic, and wire, we use biodegradable or reusable materials like glass vases, jute, silk, and willow armatures.