Have I ruined my Osmanthus Burkwoodii?
I hadn't pruned our Osmanthus since we moved in 4 years ago. It did its thing, grew and flowered really well until it became too big and its branches started to flop as they weren't supported as they became heavier and bigger. I then decided to cut it back quite considerably as the passionflower was growing all over it and becoming too messy. I couldn't train or control either so had to do something about it. I'm just worried that it will not grow back as literally only the 2 main stems were left and if it does, that it will take a while until it grows back to a reasonable size again.
I think we've got a very well established plant so not sure if I did the right thing.