In article <4a5lm9$53v at citecuf.citec.qld.gov.au>
Jennifer Marohasy <marohaj at citec.qld.gov.au> writes:
>elinton at rci.rutgers.edu (Eric W. Linton) wrote:
> >Does anyone know of a free, share or commercial software for cataloging
> >the contents of a greenhouse in order to make it accessible for people at
> >a University (Professors and Grad students) to find out what and where
> >things are located and some basic information about the plant in question?
> >The ability to include photos and hyperlinkes would be great.
> >Please send all replies to my email elinton at rci.rutgers.edu> >
>> I run a number of glasshouses at research station, so I too would be
> pleased to know if such software was available!
SKIS could probably do the job.
It lists the plants in taxonomically classified/predictable sequence with a
unique number reference for the location ("Other Info") field.
It comes with a name file of all plant orders/families.
Can't include photos though.
It's free (unless you are a corporate).