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A passion I can't deny ...

Hi, my name is Xenia.  I am lead designer and farmer-florist at Sweet Earth Co. Blooms & Botanicals.  Who would have imagined that a city-girl like me would find her calling amidst flower fields and gardens.  But I can't deny the history of generations of land stewards and farmers that is engrained in my DNA.   Having my hands in the soil brought me healing and ignited my passion for sustainable gardening and horticulture.  In 2012 I started Sweet Earth Co. which specializes in growing specialty cut flowers and herbs, and in garden and floral design and installations. 

I look forward to sharing my passion as we work together to create a look and space for your wedding, special event or home, customized to your personality, lifestyle, and budget…and more importantly, one that makes you happy.


Sweet Earth Co. the news

  • Do You Know Where Your Flowers Come From? Xenia writes about it in the May/June 2019 issue of Bedford Magazine. Read the article here: Bedford Magazine: We’ve Got Answers

  • Xenia was thrilled to join Debra Prinzing on her Slow Flowers Podcast. Have a listen as they discuss her journey into flowers and herbs, as well as an inside look at what Sweet Earth is all about. Slow Flowers Episode 333

  • Listen to Xenia’s interview “Gardening for Health” on Slow Medicine Radio with Dr. Michael Finkelstein. Highlights include a discussion on the many benefits of gardening, a look at the SunRaven Garden Co-Op Program, and the slow flowers movement supported at Sweet Earth Flower & Herb Farm.  Slow Medicine Radio: Gardening for Health

  • Sweet Earth Co. Honoree in 2016 Morris Media Green Awards. I’m very proud to announce that Sweet Earth Co. has once again received a wonderful honor in recognition of our work in the area of sustainable landscaping design and management. Morris Media Group announced the winners of their third annual Green Awards. Four winners along with Honorable Mention honorees that includes Sweet Earth Co. were selected for their efforts in the local fight to protect the environment while also creating a sustainable social and economic community. The winners and honorees were nominated by their community and selected by a distinguished panel of judges. Morris Media’s press release provides more information. Please join me in congratulating all fellow winners and share this post so more people can support green businesses that make a difference in our community. Thank you for your support and for nominating us.

  • Read about Xenia and Sweet Earth Co. in The Journal News 10/18/13