Dan Pearson

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Dan Pearson was born on 9 April, 1964 in Hampshire, is a Garden designer,Landscape designer,Broadcaster,Journalist. Discover Dan Pearson’s Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 56 years old?

Popular AsDan Pearson
OccupationGarden designer,Landscape designer,Broadcaster,Journalist
Age56 years old
Zodiac SignAries
Born9 April 1964
Birthday9 April

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Dan Pearson Net Worth

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Net Worth in 2020$1 Million – $5 Million
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Timeline of Dan Pearson


Pearson was brought up in an Arts and Crafts house on the Hampshire–Sussex border. His father is a painter who taught fine art at Portsmouth Polytechnic and his mother taught fashion and textiles at Winchester School of Art.

The Garden Museum in Lambeth, London, held an exhibition on his work in 2013. Pearson created a new planting design for the border in front of the Museum.


He has working relationships with architects and architectural firms in the UK including Zaha Hadid, Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners, Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios, David Chipperfield Architects, and 6a Architects, London. Pearson was elected a Royal Designer for Industry in 2012. Pearson was the horticultural advisor for Thomas Heatherwick’s cancelled Garden Bridge, over the Thames in London.


Pearson is a tree ambassador for The Tree Council and a member of the Society of Garden Designers. In 2011, he was elected an honorary fellow of the Royal Institute of British Architects and was a member of the jury for the 2011 RIBA Stirling Prize. At the Garden Media Guild Awards of 2011, he was awarded the prize for ‘Inspirational Book of the Year’.


In 2010, he moved from Peckham in London. Pearson and Huw Morgan restored a property with 20 acres of land outside Bath as their home and workplace. In a broadcast interview with Kirsty Young on BBC Radio 4’s Desert Island Discs, Pearson stated that he has known Morgan since the 1990s.


Pearson has written for such newspapers as The Guardian, The Telegraph (during 2003–2006), and The Sunday Times on the subject of landscaping and home gardening. He was the garden columnist for The Observer Magazine from 2006 to 2015. He sits on the editorial board of Gardens Illustrated magazine and also writes for Gardeners’ World magazine.


Since 2002, he has been designing a number of gardens as well as giving lectures around the world, including in the U.K., Italy, U.S., and Japan. He has designed gardens for Jonathan Ive, Paul Smith, art dealer Ivor Braka, real estate businessman Vladislav Doronin, Torrecchia Vecchia for Carlo Caracciolo (the late owner of the Italian newspaper l’Espresso), and his colleague on The Guardian newspaper, Nigel Slater (this garden was a joint effort with Monty Don). He restored the landscape at Althorp House (after Diana’s death) after 1997 and worked on the landscape for the Millennium Dome. He has worked at the Botanic Garden of Jerusalem. He designed the roof garden of Roppongi Hills in Japan in 2002. Another large project was the Tokachi Millennium Forest Garden, in Shimizu, Hokkaido, which was featured on the BBC Radio 4 programme Designed in Britain, Built in Japan. Another project is Maggie’s Centre in Charing Cross, London.


Pearson has done six show gardens at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show including in 1992, 1993, 1994, 1996 (with an outstanding roof garden), and 2004 (for Merrill Lynch). In May 2015, he returned to Chelsea Flower Show with the ‘Laurent-Perrier Chatsworth Garden’, inspired by the Chatsworth estate in Derbyshire. It won a gold medal and ‘Best in Show’.

Pearson has presented and appeared in several TV series on BBC2, Channel 4 and Channel 5. In 1992, he presented his first garden makeover programme, Garden Doctors. A book of the same name later followed the series. He presented Dan Pearson: Routes around the World on Channel 4, a six-part travel and horticultural series by Flashback Productions, in 1997. In 2001, the BBC filmed a 12-part series, A Year At Home Farm, in Northampton, for which Dan had been designing the gardens since 1987. A book later also followed the series. He appears occasionally on BBC’s Gardeners’ World, and also regularly talks on radio.


Pearson set up his garden design business in 1987.


He had a weekend gardening job for Mrs. Pumphrey at Greatham Mill Gardens, Hampshire, that cultivated his interest in gardening. He decided against going to art college and dropped out of his A levels (backed by his parents) to go to the RHS Garden, Wisley, at 17. During 1981–1983, he was an RHS Wisley trainee in the certificate course. While at Wisley his mother introduced him to Frances Mossman, for whom he designed a garden. Pearson then went to the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh for a year to work in the Rock Garden and the Woodland Garden and went on to complete the three-year Kew Gardens course. Then he went back to maintaining Frances Mossman’s garden at Home Farm in Northampton. He also had student scholarships to study wildflower communities in the Picos de Europa, Spain, and in the Himalayas.


Dan Pearson (born 9 April 1964) is an English garden designer, landscape designer, journalist, and television presenter, specialising in naturalistic perennial planting.