... Princeton is the place of places
Where first she lingers in her traces.
Flowers are many and grass is deep,
And all the ways are calm as sleep
And rich as a dream. There she stays
And half forgets to count her days.The University owes much of its springtime appeal â what Bishopâs classmate F. Scott Fitzgerald called its âlazy beautyâ â to famed landscape architect Beatrix Jones Farrand, whose work at Princeton began in 1912 and spanned more than three decades. The pink saucer magnolia featured on PAWâs June 11, 2008, cover was a Farrand favorite. A bench outside the University Chapel honors her contributions with a simple, grateful inscription: âHer love of beauty and order is everywhere visible in what she planted for our delight.â READ MORE: Princetonâs Palette: How planners preserve the legacy of master gardener Beatrix Farrand