About Us

About Us

Who We Are

Lyndale Plant Services has been designing, installing and maintaining exceptional plant landscapes for commercial clients in the Twin Cities metro area since 1983. We are a family-owned business known for providing personalized customer service. Many of our clients have worked with us for decades, and some of our employees have been with our company for just as long.

Marc Peterson, General Manager
Marc started his Lyndale Plant Services career in 1993 and took over as manager in 1996. He has built Lyndale Plant Services from 100 to the 700+ Twin Cities commercial accounts we service today. Marc has developed an expert eye for plant design and installation. He has received multiple awards and continues to dedicate himself to the design and growth of Lyndale Plant Services.

Lee Newton, Staff Trainer
Lee is primarily responsible for staff training and oversight. Well versed in a plant needs and growth; she teaches workable techniques to our interior horticulturist staff, preparing them to be their best. She also “stars” in our YouTube videos featuring helpful plant tips and ideas: Learn to Grow >> Lee joined our staff in the spring of 2008, holds an A.A.S. degree in Landscape/Horticulture and is MNLA Certified.

Gayle Mueller, Office Manager
Gayle is in charge of our daily opertations and that friendly voice you hear when you call Lyndale Plant Services. Gayle joined our staff in 1995 and worked as an interior horticulturist; honing her her skills and abilities. In 2007 she took on the new challenge of Office Manager; giving her the opportunity to use her organization and timing skills. Her latest hobby is as a beekeeper; producing her own honey.

Jeffrey Laab, Exterior Maintenance Manager
Jeffrey started work with us by assisting with seasonal plantings and because he enjoys watching things grow and flourish he decided to stay on full-time. He joined our team in 2012 as our Exterior Maintenance Manager and oversees and maintains exterior installations. Through detailed pruning and attention to overall appearance we count on those “thrillers, fillers and spillers” exterior plantings to look their best.