Brachyglottis 'Sunshine' - pruning
We have a hedge of brachyglottis 'Sunshine' which has just finished flowering. I understand now is a good time to cut it back and it can be hard pruned, however I'm a bit nervous about doing this and killing it, as it's in quite a dominant spot and I love it! It ideally needs to be about a 1/4 1/3 of it's current height, as it blocks a view but if I cut it this much, there would be no leaves left. Is this OK?! Will the leaves come back in September? Or am I likely to kill it? :-/
Does anyone have any experience of cutting this plant back right into the dead wood?