A real classic with an even better quality. The ficus trees have many more leaves, natural stems and tendrils, which account for it's dense structure.
Trees with natural stems:
Advice for natural arrangement of its branches
These trees look remarkably natural because they have been hand-made, following the principles of botany. The leaves will be slightly flattened after transport, and so you will have to rearrange them by bending. Please note that they should not be bent by a right angle away from the stem. The branches have been fixed to the stem facing upwards and they should basically remain in this direction, until they are gently pressed downwards by hand (four or five bends along the branches are a great help with this). How strong you might bend a branch (depending on the localities), never should a branch from further up the stem reach down below a branch situated under it on the stem!
Dense structure with broad leafage, tendrils and trunks