Networks optimized for various transport characteristics such as water distribution and drainage networks are of great importance in urban infrastructure. The natural networks such as leaf venations are a product of evolution, which has been solving fluid flow optimization problem for millions of years. These networks effectively distribute water and nutrients throughout their medium. In addition, the loops in the venation networks allow flow to be around any damage to the veins, even in case of injury to the main vein. The goal of this research is to explore different leaf venation patterns and investigate their performance on flow transport and damage resilience.