The Wiscasset Public Library grounds have multiple landscaped areas designed and maintained by the Club. The Library team members maintain the "Children’s Garden" outside the bay windows (at the end of the downstairs childrens’ library area), the "Native Garden" outside the back door of the lower level of the library, and the "Monarch Waystation" in the backyard of the library. In addition, annuals are planted by the door to the "Second Hand Prose" used book room.
Garden club members planted a Stewartia pseudocamillia tree on the front lawn of the library in 2014 in honor of Benjamin Kirkland, a charter member of the Garden Club of Wiscasset and supporter of the Club. The showy white flowers and glorious fall foliage of the "Kirkland tree" are a remembrance of the generosity of spirit and great care of our founders and the continuing mission of the Club.