For about fifteen years, a lone yucca plant has grown in the rocky diaspora along the top of my road, presumably the product of a bird depositing a yucca seed there. Last night, it was gone, dug up by person or persons unknown.
Why would anyone dig up the yucca plant? It's not as if yucca is hard to come by. If they're trying to help the environment, they should look in the belt of woods between 55 and Concord. Yucca plants have been running wild there for years. I might have to launch an investigation when I get home from work.