Farrand bequeathed her large estate to the University of California, Berkeley, in 1955. Her gift included the Reef Point Gardens Library; her private and business papers and correspondence; her collection of plant specimens; prints and photographs; and, an endowment for landscape architecture library collections, as well as other endowments.
The 2,700 books and periodicals from Farrand's Reef Point Gardens Library are housed in the Environmental Design Library as well as other campus libraries. There is no single definitive list of the titles from Farrand's library. In addition to using the resources below, you can search OskiCat using the Quick Search→search for reef point as Keyword(s)→limit the location to Environmental Design Library.
The Reef Point Herbarium is housed in the UC Berkeley Jepson Herbarium. The herbarium comprises approximately 2,000 specimens of plants grown in the Reef Point gardens, and is accompanied by planting plans.