Kokedama is a ball of soil, covered with moss, on which an ornamental plant grows. Pothos, philodendron, peace lily, anthurium, dracaena, Norfolk Island pine, and ferns are the favorite kokedama plants. Usually kokedama last’s 2 to 3 years as is depend on the plant. Kokedama is the combination of peat moss and bonsai soil. The healthy ratio of of moss and soil used for kokedama is 7:3. When the roots of plants are coming out of mossball, it is a sign to remake it or replant it to bigger place. Be sure to keep your kokedama well hydrated by misting daily, especially if you used live moss, which needs to be kept damp. Every so often, take down your kokedama and give it a good soak in a sink full of water, allowing it to drain before hanging.