My daughter accompanied me to a local daylily farm during a 'clump sale'. She asked if I would go together with her on several clumps, one of which was Femme De Joie. It was blooming at the time and it was dug at the daylily farm, then we divided it in two. It never missed a beat and just kept on blooming with lovely, large blooms. I do not remember the scapes leaning, it seemed fine here in that respect.