The very first tree has been lifted by crane into place on the sixth floor pool deck at Bohem, signalling a key milestone in the building’s development progress.

It was kitted out with a Go-pro camera to film its lofty ascent up and over Bohem. The resulting images give startling and unexpected views of Adelaide’s newest apartments as well as captivating bird’s eye impressions of Whitmore Square and the surrounding area.

The high-flying sapling, which is being installed early to give it a head start, is one of over 35 different plant species to be delivered over time to Bohem as part of its colour changing landscaping scheme.

Carl Heyne of supplier SAGrown said,

“The colour schemes at Bohem will be evolve with the seasons. The Crepe Myrtle Biloxi is a deciduous tree from a range called ‘Indian summer’ which are all named after American Red Indian tribes. It has flowers in late summer, followed by orange-yellow autumn leaves and a beautiful polished mottled timber frame in the winter.”