Answer: Burning bush is a common name applied to a couple different species, but I'll assume you are referring to Euonymus. If not, send another email to http://www.burpee.com.
Yes, they can be started from seed harvested from the ripe berries. Sow fresh in autumn and they should germinate next spring. To collect seeds, tie a paper bag over the ripe berries before they split open. Remove the fleshy seed coats before sowing. They generally need a period of chilling before germination, but as long as they are sown outside, that should be sufficient. Good luck!
Q&A Library Searching Tips