Early in production of Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith, multiple garden concepts were created for the occasion of Anakin and Padmé's secret rendezvous meeting. These concept gardens were all created by the artist Erik Tiemens. In the book The Art of Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith, it talks about scene designs and how Erik first played with garden concepts on Naboo before the scene was later moved to Coruscant during production, with some elements even making it’s way to Kashyyyk.
"I was paying homage to George Inness, who went to Italy where he did a similar painting of a monk in a garden [Naboo Garden 06]. I was very excited to create a Romeo-and-Juliet element. It’s really the stress meeting between Anakin and Padmé [Naboo Garden 05].” — TIEMENS