When getting your garden ready for the summer, it's best to use a trusted local professional. Here, some Devon and Somerset-based experts give their advice on the jobs they do at this time of year - and explain why they are proud to be members of the Buy With Confidence register of approved traders. As the weather gets warmer, you're likely to head outside, get out the garden furniture and soak up the sun. But instead of relaxing, you'll probably spot countless jobs that need doing after the long winter months: overgrown flower beds, untrimmed hedges, damaged fences and trellises, terrace areas covered with moss and dead leaves. You may also feel that your garden could do with a new, more contemporary look for the summer. Or you may decide you want to do your bit for the environment by finding ways to attract more bees and wildlife into your garden. While some gardening jobs such as planting flowers or choosing new accessories are fun and satisfying to do, others are more difficult and best left to the professionals. A good gardener will have years of experience, an eye for spotting problems you might not have noticed, and the right tools and equipment for the work. They will also be used to working with nature; for example, a good gardener will not do any invasive hedge pruning or other work between March and August, for fear of disturbing birds' nests. Steven Care from Care's Gardening Services finds himself in demand for particular jobs at this time of year.