About Arborglyph

An Arborglyph is a culturally modified tree. The name derives from the Latin 'arbor' meaning 'tree' and the Greek 'glyph' meaning 'a carving'. They are also variously known as dendroglyphs and silvaglyphs and are present all over the world. The image above is based on a real Arborglph carved into an aspen tree in the Western United States. 


Arborglyph Tree Services was set up in June 2014 by James Newboult. We are based in Branston, Lincolnshire and cover Lincoln and the surrounding areas undertaking all aspects of tree surgery. We also carrying out tree BS3998 surveys and inspections and BS5837 surveys for planning applications.


 After graduating from Cardiff University with a degree in Archaeology, James worked for 10 years in the heritage industry where he became a project manager and consultant working across the UK. However, his life-long passion for the great outdoors led him to retrain as a arborist and ultimately start his own business.


Arborglyph exists to carry out high-quality, specialist tree work and consultancy, providing excellent customer service for both commercial and domestic clients. If you have any tree or hedge related issues, please let us know and we will be happy to discuss your needs and provide you with a free quote for undertaking the work.