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what did you start them off in? maybe the soil you put them was or is too rich hence the odd growth ,they need good soil but only need feeding when in flower.
when grow seeds you need a compost for seeds it must not be rich in nutrients and they need to be watered when they are dry and not over watered.you will also need to make sure that they are protected from slugs and snails and thin them out and transplant often.
mine looks the same at the moment but when the weather warms up it starts to put on its leafs .It may be in need of feed and water.
I would have to say I know it as cow parsley down in the west.
we grow our sweet corn in toilet roll tubes which protects the roots and then plant in a square so as they support each other.
they are lovely ,saw a Barn owl last year in Norfolk .Each evening he swoop past us hunting on the verges .
I have often climbed that hill in Dunster where that hymn came from,lovely place to be.
they certainly do, the one I have does that too!
you need to have over your guttering netting and the pipe straight into the butt it self or you may need to cover inlet with mesh or net.as to the problem now you will most likely have to go a up a ladder to un block it.
looks like a sucker from a tree, such as cherry, I say this as this what comes up under my old cherry tree .