The supermarket received "hundreds" of requests from the festival's backstage team last week, but it was the unsingular Beyoncé rider that stole our headline.
Rather than rare orchids or exotic lilies, the superstar asked for simple freesias, roses and carnations. In response, the store's floral designers created a special bouquet they have called 'The Diva'.
The bouquet was exclusively launched at the Glastonbury store during the festival weekend and was rolled out nationwide this week priced at £10.
"We're delighted to supply the flowers of choice for Glastonbury's leading ladies," said Jane Speakman, Morrisons' new MD of horticulture.
"As Morrisons works direct with growers, we can ensure the flowers they receive are of super-fresh, superstar quality. The Diva bouquet will be in stores nationwide next week so all our customers can have a touch of pop princess glamour in their homes."
A spokeswoman for Morrisons explained it was now able to create new designs in stores in a matter of hours as a result of its purchase last month of wholesaler Flower World, which previously supplied around a third of its fresh flowers and had a annual turnover of £33.7m.