Okay plants for pots with no holes
I have two nice glazed ceramic pots which don't have drainage holes (I know this isn't ideal, but there wasn't a lot of selection at Home Depot). I have a jade plant in one and a dracena in the other. When I potted them about two years ago I used a bunch of pebbles at the bottom and some activated charcoal. Until a couple weeks ago, both plants were healthy and growing fast, but recently the jade has gotten sort of droopy and some of the leaves are yellowing and falling off. From internet research it seems like root rot or suffocation and that I need to re-pot it in a pot that will allow the water to flow through. Anyway, my question is about these hole-less ceramic pots--what kind of plants will tolerate living in them? I don't want to throw them away because they are pretty and were expensive.