This is a native American tree with pale green, narrow leaves and smallish fruit, edible if 'over-ripe' (bletted). Like #25, clusters of bright orange fruit adorn the tree in fall when the colorful leaves have dropped.
These are a native American species. Their leaves are long and narrow, a bit paler than the Japanese variety. Their smallish (about 1"), bright orange fruit must be very ripe, and preferably cooked, before it is palatable. Viewed in late fall.
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