Deciduous hedging plants which are bare-rooted may be planted between now and early spring (provided that the ground is not frozen). Trim back excessively long or damaged roots before planting.
Hedges generally should not be trimmed from now until the spring, unless the weather has been unusually mild.
New lawns can be seeded or new turf can be laid. The ground is first dug over, removing all perennial weeds. The large lumps of soil can be left to be broken down by frost action, and the surface raked level in spring.