Eckersley Garden Architecture from Australia creates beautiful low-maintenance gardens using drought-tolerant plants. While low-maintenance and drought tolerant is the ecological way to go, it also means you worry a lot less about your yard. Plants keep their natural foliage and require infrequent or no trimming, leaves that fall add to the natural vibe instead of needing to be cleaned up, and less water consumption means a smaller water bill, which means less pressure on your budget. This romantically inspired garden expands around a large Victorian style home. The garden plan was designed to be in sections according to activities, such as recreation, entertainment and passive reflection. Each of the garden rooms is joined together by pathways and arbors to allow for wayfinding throughout the spaces. The plants have been carefully planned out according to seasons mixing annuals, perennials and biennials so there is always something blooming.