The 11ft high tub has been created to mark the Queen's Diamond Jubilee anniversary and takes pride of place next to a similarly sized pot in the image of Prince Philip.
Each terracotta tub weighs more than half a tonne and the pair took a team of sculptors more than two months to make.
The 'Royal bouquet' contains more than 100 different varieties of flowers and cost more than £10,000 to put together.
Flowers featured include orchids, roses, ivy, daisies, fuchsias, gerberas, geraniums, perennials, ferns, conifers and moss.
They might find a permanent home in Buckingham Palace where perhaps the Queen's green-fingered son Prince Charles might offer to water them from time to time. Gardeners need a stepladder to give the colourful contents of the Queen’s pot a Royal trim,
The flowerpots were commissioned by TV shopping channel QVC as it launches its gardening season.
QVC’s head gardener Richard Jackson explained: “We wanted to create something spectacular to celebrate the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee, which would also inspire Brits to think creatively about their own gardens.
On a more positive note I am loving this couple called The Civil Wars, and as luck would have it they are coming to the U.K and will be in Southampton in November, tickets already booked.