There are probably a lot of stylistic dissenters out there on this one and I'd be one of you. The point of interest for me was the lobed leaves - proper little fig leaves of the common fig. (Which by the way was also growing outdoors wild.)
I'm so totally not a fan of tall cascade pots, and this one seems too big and too distracting to my eye. But that size pot may also be due to the amount of rock beneath the soil line. I had also wondered if the composition wouldn't benefit from being turned around; looking at the line of the trunk, perhaps that isn't a possibility.
Still, those leaves are a whole load of funk.