I have both crocosmia and blackberry lily, and to me the pictured plant doesn't have the distinct fans like blackberry lily has. Plus the center leaves are corrugated like crocosmia. So, I still think it will turn out to be crocosmia when it blooms. We'll see! Judging from the size of the plant, it should bloom for you next year. Keep your eye out for red, orange or yellow blooms after the German iris are finished blooming. Crocosmia blooms along with the daylilies. Blackberry lily blooms even a little later. If it's crocosmia and you ever decide to get rid of it, be prepared to rent a backhoe. The first time I ever saw it was at Cherokee Gardens, a now closed gardens since the owners died. They had Crocosmia "Lucifer" (bright red) flowering here and there among the daylilies, and it was quite pretty. I remarked to the owner how pretty it was. She told me the name of it, and added, "Once you have it, you'll always have it."