Renowned British gardener Alan Titchmarsh has a net worth of about $10 million. Check out his wiki from height, age, house he bought and family detail. He is not only a professional gardener but also an author and a TV personality. He was born on 2nd May 1949 in IIkley to Bessie and Alan Fred Titchmarsh. His mother was a mill worker and his father was a plumber. Alan developed a passion and love towards gardening and his grandfather helped him awaken his passion.
|Full Name||Alan Fred Titchmarsh|
|Birth Date||May 2, 1949|
|Height||5’9” / 1.80 m|
|Net Worth||$10 Million|
|Source of Income||Gardener|
|Annual Salary||$1 Million|
|Children||Polly Titchmarsh and Camilla Titchmarsh|
He started working as a gardener for the local council of ILkley and after that went ahead in his career by studying horticulture. After completing his graduation, he started working as an apprentice gardener at Kew gardens. He achieved his knowledge on horticulture from Shipley College followed by Hertfordshire College.
All his books, television shows, jobs, and other designations have earned him a net worth around $10 million. Additionally Alan got a big project of £11 million deal with ITV that’s gonna improve his overall yearly salary and worth. He own a house located in Alton which is worth of £1.25 million and he stay in this house along with his wife and 02 children. Also check similar gardener like P Allen Smith and Monica Galetti.
While working as an apprentice gardener, Alan decided to move further in his career and he started working as a gardening journalist. He even received offers from BBC radio for his work. Alan Titchmarsh started writing alongside his regular work. After extensive years of working in the field of gardening, Alan finally achieved a milestone in his career by becoming the host of the popular television show “Gardeners World”. His way of talking and friendly tone earned him many fans and the popularity of the show increased much more than before. Alan wanted to share his love for gardening and he always shared useful tips which can make you an expert in gardening. He owns a 1-acre garden which he has grown with much efforts and love and today his garden is the best-known garden in the whole country.
He has written several best-selling novels and over 40 books on gardening. His work as an author was highly appreciated and his books have been taken by many garden lovers. After achieving so much in his career, Alan decided to host the high profile documentary named the “British Isles a Natural History”. His work has earned Alan Titchmarsh an OBE award in the year 2000. He is also involved in charity work and often engages in activities that are for encouraging social welfare.