. Fiveteen promising clones of chrysanthemum were planted at three locations with eleva- tion 700, 900, and 1,200 m. above sea level. A randomized design with three replications, and conducted from October 2000 to March 2001. The objective of this experiments was to evaluate the potential yield and adaptation of breeder promising clones related to selection method on chrysanthemum breeding program for releasing varieties. The results showed that five clones of chrysanthemum no. 49, 26, 4, 21, dan 29 possesed superior characteristics i.e high yielding potential and adaptive that should be recommended for releasing varieties.