Her Majesty the Queen recently was presented with a Nosegay to carry at the Maunday service at Leicester Cathedral which included narcissi supplied by Grampian Growers.  

Grampian Growers have over the years been delighted to supply strawberries and narcissi for use at a number of Royal events, including weddings and Maundy services.  The Maundy service dates back to the 13th century when the monarch would have washed the feet of the poor.  This meant that a nosegay (a small bunch of flowers, typically one that is sweetly scented) was handy due to personal hygiene of the time.