One of my aunts has this rather old large Sega Palm growing right near her house. She wants it gone. If she can't find someone to come and dig it up, she wants to kill it. sega palm 2010 ( photo / image / picture from cherylad's Garden ) This photos is from last year. I suggested trying to dig it up. That whole flower bed needs work... and not just by hand. There's a couple of plants she likes in it... mainly the Dinner Plate Hibiscus. So, to me...wiping the slate almost clean would be the way to go. But then there's the water line that runs right there. So maybe poisoning it would be easier? From what I found online, it said to cut it almost to the ground and then treat it with a herbicide. Glyphosate should be the main ingredient. I looked it up and the common store brands are Roundup, Rodeo, and Pond Master (never heard of the last two). I really have my doubts that Roundup would kill this thing. Heck.. it barely kills the weeds around here! Any suggestions on how to safely get rid of this?