Plant displays "almost like decision-making behaviour" - UofT scientist

This is an interesting "behaviour." Can you call it that? It's weird either way.

Despite being a plant, it seems to have found a way to recognize two preferred pollinators, the green hermit hummingbird and the violet sabrewing hummingbird.

”It’s pretty interesting,” said Adam Hadley, one of two biologists from New Brunswick who made the discovery. He noted that being choosy is something we mostly associate with animals, not plants. “It’s almost like decision-making behaviour.”