But swing by Saturday and you'll be greeted by about 50 Master Gardeners bursting to share knowledge and answer questions during the annual Garden Open House.
"Our charge as master gardeners is to help get gardening information out to the public," said event co-leader Frank Reed.
The gardens - a project run by York County Master Gardeners, York County Juvenile Probation Department and York County Department of Parks and Recreation - began in 1999.
The project has grown to span three-fourths of an acre and includes a vegetable garden, a raised herb garden, a bed for gardeners who are physically disabled, water and container gardens, and a compost demonstration site.
The vegetable garden, which is maintained by youths on probation, supplies more than 6,000 pounds of food to York County food banks.
The open house features a medley of topics, and in turn, reaches out to all kinds of gardeners.
Reed said the morning starts with five garden talks about composting, tomato growing, insects in the garden, native grasses and dry herbs.
Guests may tour the gardens at will during the event.
Thinking about growing a new variety of tomato? Bite into 20 types of the fruit during a tasting at the event.
Visitors also can bring samples of soil, insects or plants to have tested by the pros.
Reed said Master Gardeners have hosted the event for more than 10 years as a way to demonstrate gardening methods to the community.
It's not every day you have 50 knowledgeable gardeners at your disposal to answer almost any horticulture-related query.
"If they have a question we can't answer, we'll get back to them," Reed said.
If you go:
WHAT: Garden Open House
WHEN: 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Saturday
WHERE: John C. Rudy County Park, 400 Mundis Race Road in East Manchester Township
DETAILS: Call 717-840-7408 or visit extension.psu.edu/york/programs/master-gardener