I want to plant some succulent in a glass bowl because it is beautiful and easy to carry but their is no hole. What is the suitable mix for succulent living in glass bowl?
Oh dear - most plants require drainage, and don't do too well without it unless they have a requirement for very moist air and roots, as in, for instance, terrarium plants. Succulents in particular need very good, sharp drainage, so I wouldn't recommend a succulent for planting in this glass bowl at all. However, if you insist on trying, put a layer of horticultural grit in the bottom, a good inch, preferably 2 or 3, then a sharp mix of compost on top and plant into that, but I don't hold out much hope of the plant's survival without succumbing to fungal infection.