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Hollihocks & Dwarf Foxgloves

Dear ?,
I understand this is a free service, which is wonderful.
I live in Tasmania where it's early winter now.
I have nine foot high hollicocks and also dwarf foxgloves, both at the end of their flowering.
How and when do I prune them?
With thanks in anticipation,

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