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Plant ID please. Hippophae?

 
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Produces orange berries in the fall.

Sea buckthorn / Hippophae?

 
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Some Cotoneaster species, a number of cultivars have orange berries.
 
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Or possibly firethorn/pyracantha?
 
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I vote firethorn also. If so, it is in the rose family, edible, and makes an apple-like tart jelly.
If you can safely verify the plant as such, cut the flowers off now, for a sweeter second fruit in the fall!
 
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Thank you.

Looks like it might be Pyracantha angustifolia

Pyracantha angustifolia on wikipedia
 
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