This is my first post here, I think (just joined another gardening forum and made 1 post but might've been here). Anyway, this may not be in the right place, but hopefully, you can guide me where to go if not.
I have just a couple smallish gardens and want to keep track of what I have planted where along with the name. In particular, I have many daylily and iris cultivars, and I really want to make sure that I don't lose track of them. I started a Word-type document that has a table of the name, height, bloom time, and reblooming if applicable in column 1 and a picture (with a caption to keep track of which ones are from the Internet and which from my gardens) of the plant or flower.
What I would really like is to be able to draw a rough diagram of my garden and be able to place markers or pictures in it to mark where the plants are, and then when I click or hover over the marker, I can then see more details like how many are there, etc. This may be a lot to ask, as I have not see anything like this when I Google but don't know what to look for.
I'm thinking I'll have to make do with Excel (will have to move all info from my Word to Excel document) to keep better track and be able to sort more easily without scrolling forever and try to keep track of placement with perhaps grid assignments?
I'm not going to track when I water or fertilize and won't be doing detailed notes here and don't have any fountains or other hardscape to track and don't need to design. I really just want to keep track of what cultivars are where.