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A Glimpse into Innovative World of Bill Gates Garden

Bill Gates, renowned entrepreneur and co-founder of Microsoft, has a top-notch house on the shore of Lake Washington featuring an innovative, fully automated green garden.

Besides his active philanthropic activism, Bill Gates has advocated for campaigns that speak for greener tech development.

So, no wonder his luxury masterpiece, Xanadu 2.0, is earth-sheltered while incorporating cutting-edge technology.

What Does Bill Gates Garden Look Like?

The multi-billionaire Bill Gates has a $130 million mansion covering a 66,000 sq. feet area.

Interestingly, the inspiration behind the mansion was the fictional estate of Charles Foster Kane in the film Citizen Kane.

The futuristic house of Bill Gates welcomes guests with his all-time favorite 40-year-old Maple tree.

Bill Gates standing proud with his former wife and his three children.
The family holiday post from the Gates family often features a family picture supposedly in his luxe garden.

The lucky Maple tree enjoys the billionaire’s luxe care and affection and has its own automated irrigation system that is being monitored 24/7 for its watering needs.

Beyond that, tall trees like palm trees, weeping willow, birch and other native trees surround the luxe mansion.

Meanwhile, the automated garden of Xanadu 2.0 features vibrant flowers like geranium, bougainvillea, white tulips, pink dahlia, touch me not and so on.

artificial stream of bill gates luxe house on the shore of Washington lake
The artificial stream filled with salmons ensures no runoff problem from the tall walls of the lavish mansion.

To add a tropical touch to the house garden, Bill Gates has included plants like ferns, bamboo, canna, jasmine, bird of paradise, etc.

Apart from it, Bill Gates has an artificial stream surrounded by various evergreen shrubs and is filled with salmons.

Did you know someone once paid $35,000 just for a tour of Xanadu 2.0 in a charity auction in 2009?

The earth-sheltered house of Bill Gates has other tall native trees of the USDA 7b to 8b zone.

bill gates with his family
The vibrant blooms of geranium and bougainvillea are blooming flawlessly behind the annual holiday picture of Bill Gates.

A fortunate Microsoft intern quotes, “The landscaping is just insane,” and further elaborates the lavish mansion was like Jurassic Park.

So, you can imagine how much greenery has surrounded the multi-billionaire’s house.

How Does Bill Gates Take Care of His Garden?

Well, it is the co-founder of Microsoft we are talking about, so we can not expect Bill Gates to carry a watering can and water his plants, right?

Bill Gates has a full automation system incorporated into his vibrant, evergreen garden, like his high-tech house.

bill gates looking eclipse from his garden
Other than exotic plants, Bill Gates also has easy-going plants like Juniper trees in his garden.

To name some, automatic irrigation, computerized monitoring system, smart pot, robotic lawn mower, etc.

Furthermore, we would not be surprised if tech wizard Bill Gates had a gardener robot to do his garden chores.

How to Create Your Own Celeb Garden Like Bill Gates

If you are also a tech nerd and prefer high-tech stuff even in your garden or backyard, you should take guidance from the garden of Bill Gates.

But remember, garden automation systems are not cheap and usually cost $2,000 to $4,000 for an automatic sprinkler system.

So, if you do not want to spend some grands, make one using online DIY tutorials.

Other than that, to create a celeb-like luscious garden, know your USDA zone and grow plants that thrive in it and are native to your locality.

From Editorial Team

Bill Gates says, “We should all grow our own food and do our own waste processing. We really should.”

With that in mind, you can aim to grow more useful plants like green veggies in the garden to support your daily livelihood and incorporate organic wastes as compost.

All The Best!