15 best varieties of remontant raspberries

Review of the best according to the editorial board. On the selection criteria. This material is subjective and does not constitute advertising and does not serve as a purchase guide. Before buying, you need to consult with a specialist.

The term 'remontability' refers to the ability of a plant to bear fruit continuously (throughout the growing season). But in the case of raspberries, he means a little differently. There is no need to expect a continuous supply of the crop, but remontant raspberries are capable of bearing fruit in one season on two-year and one-year stalks.

Benefits of remontant raspberries:

  1. the development cycle of the ground part is one-year;
  2. there is no problem of winter hardiness (sprouted shoots are cut to ground level);
  3. more resistant to disease;
  4. does not require chemical treatments;
  5. fresh fruits last longer.

The selected remontant variety affects the yield. Selectors know more than two hundred varieties of this culture. Novice gardeners can get confused when choosing, so our experts have compiled a rating of the best early maturing and high-yielding varieties of remontant raspberries.

Rating of the best varieties of remontant raspberries

Nomination a place grade rating
The best early ripening varieties of remontant raspberries 1 Red Guard 5.0
2 Brilliant 4.9
3 Hercules 4.8
4 Bryansk miracle 4.7
5 Orange wonder 4.6
6 Atlant 4.5
7 Ruby necklace 4.4
8 Indian summer 4.3
The best varieties of remontant raspberries with a high yield 1 Brusvyan 5.0
2 Yaroslavna 4.9
3 Polka 4.8
4 Penguin 4.7
5 Polyana 4.6
6 Apricot 4.5
7 Yellow giant 4.4

The best early ripening varieties of remontant raspberries

If you give preference to early-maturing varieties of remontant raspberries, then there is no risk of non-ripening of the crop at the time of the onset of a cold snap or the first frost.

Red Guard

Rating: 5.0


Early remontant raspberry Red Guard ranks first. Already at the end of July or beginning of August, they begin to harvest, and this process ends in October. The plant is powerful, erect. It reaches a height of 1.6 m. Raspberry shoots are covered with rare small thorns located very close. They do not interfere with caring for the Red Guard and harvesting from them.

Each berry reaches 4-5 cm in length, and its weight is 8-10 g. Sometimes there are specimens up to 18 g. Fruits of an ideal conical shape. Their color is dark red with gloss. Small drupes are tightly interconnected. Raspberry Red Guard is very aromatic, sweet and juicy, but quite dense, which makes it easy to transport.

Raspberry lovers Red Guard leave rave reviews about it and call it one of the best remontant varieties. She deservedly leads the rating, because her berry is beautiful, homogeneous, rather large, and the taste is rich raspberry. In addition, the Red Guard is resistant to the main diseases of culture.


  • the appearance of berries;
  • taste characteristics;
  • resistance to major diseases;
  • good transportability;
  • high productivity.


  • the composition of the soil on the site affects the amount of the crop.


Rating: 4.9


The second place in the rating went to the remontant raspberry Brilliantovaya. The variety forms quite spreading bushes, reaching 1-1.2 m in height. Annual shoots are reddish, covered with a waxy bloom and weakly pronounced thorns. Second year sprouts turn light brown and are also covered with small thorns.

Each berry weighs 4 g. Their color is rich purple with a characteristic shine, thanks to which the variety got its name. The taste is sweet with a slight sourness. Raspberries are not very aromatic, but they smell nice. The pulp is juicy, but does not get wet in the hands during harvest. If all agrotechnical conditions are met, then up to 3 kg of berries are removed from one bush per season.

Summer residents praise the remontant variety Brilliantovaya in their reviews for its high productivity and bunchy fruiting. Our experts included it in the rating of the best, since the plant is moderately resistant to drying out of the soil, and also tolerates high temperatures well. The maximum amount of the crop is harvested in early August and continues to do this until mid-October.


  • beautiful berries with a pronounced shine;
  • high heat tolerance;
  • good frost resistance;
  • the variety is adapted for storage, transportation.


  • aroma is poorly expressed.


Rating: 4.8


The Russian variety of remontant raspberry Hercules is in third place in the rating. The plant reaches a height of 1.5-2 m. Shoot formation is poorly expressed – only 3-4 per season, but this is enough to collect a large harvest. Young shoots are green in color, and by autumn they become reddish. They also have a waxy coating and downward prickly spines.

Fruits are cone-shaped and weigh 5-7 g. Their color is rich ruby. Drupes are well fastened together, do not crumble. The taste organically combines sweetness with sourness. Hercules has a pronounced raspberry aroma. Up to 3.5 kg of raspberries are removed from one bush.

Gardeners in the reviews note that the fruits of Hercules are juicy, dense, and also well transported. The variety is included in the ranking of the best, since it shows resistance to most diseases characteristic of this crop. Hercules is not afraid of prolonged rains. Raspberries are harvested from mid-August to late autumn.


  • abundant fruiting;
  • berries are fragrant and tasty;
  • resistance to diseases, pests;
  • well preserved and transported.


  • for some, the berry seems too sour.

Bryansk miracle

Rating: 4.7


The fourth place in the rating went to the remontant variety Bryanskoe Divo. The height of the bush reaches 1.5-1.8 m. It is semi-spreading, growing compact. Usually, a plant has up to 7 powerful branches. The stems are covered with a small number of thorns. The Bryansk marvel differs from other varieties in that 2 fruit branches grow from each node of the shoot.

Raspberry of this remontant variety of scarlet. Each berry reaches 4 cm in length and 5-6 g in weight. They taste sweet with a slight sourness. Up to 3 kg of excellent quality berries are removed from one bush per season. Raspberry Bryanskoe Divo is good in maturation, and it also does not lose its qualities during transportation, therefore it is suitable for growing for sale.

According to the gardeners' reviews, it becomes clear that the Bryansk miracle gives high yields. But the resistance to disease in this raspberry is moderate, so the plants must be properly looked after. The variety is included in the rating of the best, since it has compact bushes, the plant is not afraid of cold, drought or heat, and ripe berries continue to hang on the branches without dropping or decaying for up to 5 days.


  • sweet taste with slight sourness;
  • high productivity;
  • good transportation;
  • ripe raspberries do not fall off the bush for up to 5 days.


  • relative resistance to disease.

Orange wonder

Rating: 4.6


The remontant raspberry variety with a unique berry color Orange Miracle occupies the fifth position in the ranking. The plant is vigorous, tall with spreading branches. Replacement shoots at the bush are formed by 6-7 pieces. The stems are covered with a lot of thorns, so harvesting is quite problematic.

All fruitlets are large and of the same size. The average weight of each is 5-6 g. Although sometimes there are real giants of 10-12 g. In shape, the berries resemble an elongated cone. Their color ranges from golden yellow to rich orange. They are dense in consistency, but very juicy. Feels slightly velvety to the touch.

In reviews, lovers of this remontant raspberry note that it has a good immunity to diseases and pests, but it does not tolerate severe frosts or heat. The orange miracle deserves to be in the ranking of the best, since the berries of the variety are not only very tasty, presentable, but also tolerate maturation and transportation well.


  • sweet, large fruits;
  • interesting coloring;
  • long non-shattering;
  • excellent presentation;
  • suitable for fresh consumption or canning.


  • does not tolerate severe frosts or drought;
  • without a garter, the bushes break from the wind.


Rating: 4.5


The sixth position in the rating is occupied by the remontant variety Atlant. The bushes of this raspberry are slightly spreading, reaching a height of 1.6 m. Young shoots are green in color with a slight antacin tint. They are covered with a waxy coating and soft, non-sharp thorns located at the bottom of the stem.

Raspberry Atlant has a noble dark red color. All fruitlets are conical and elongated in shape. Each berry reaches 5 g by weight. They are dense, but juicy enough. When harvesting, they are well separated from the fruit, do not crumble. The taste of Atlanta is multifaceted. It combines light refreshing acidity with sweetness.

Gardeners in the reviews note that the berries of the Atlant remontant variety are ideal in shape and have a balanced combination of acid and sweetness. Our experts have included this raspberry in the rating, since its fruits are of high quality, suitable for long-term transportation and storage, they tolerate an arid climate well, and also respond well to various agricultural techniques.


  • high productivity;
  • raspberries are beautiful, tasty;
  • fruits are not baked in the sun;
  • does not require frequent feeding;
  • high resistance to diseases or pests.


  • in low light during ripening, raspberries become sour.

Ruby necklace

Rating: 4.4


The early-medium remontant variety Ruby necklace took the seventh place in the rating. The plant is medium-sized, slightly spreading, reaches a height of 1.3–1.5 m. The formation of shoots is average. Downward-curved thorns are located throughout the stem. Branches with fruits are located on the sides. They are covered with a waxy coating.

Each raspberry berry Ruby necklace weighs 4.5-5.5 g. They have a regular, elongated shape. The color is bright ruby. The pulp is juicy, its taste is balanced and combines sweetness with sourness. These raspberries are eagerly consumed fresh or made from it various preparations for the winter. After harvesting, the fruits retain their presentation for a long time.

Gardeners in their reviews note that the Ruby Necklace is a beautiful variety with a dense berry. This raspberry was ranked among the best because it is well resistant to diseases and major pests. In addition, the Ruby Necklace performed well in laying and transportation.


  • high productivity;
  • taste characteristics;
  • keeps fresh for a long time.


  • with rare watering, the berries become smaller.

Indian summer

Rating: 4.3


The next in the ranking of the best is the remontant variety Indian Summer. Sprawling shrub, medium in size. It reaches a height of 1.8–2 m. Already at the beginning of summer, the first wave of harvest appears and the ripening process continues until mid-July. Closer to the beginning of September, a new round of ripening of berries begins, continuing until late autumn.

The fruits of Indian Summer are dark crimson in color. They have good taste characteristics, but almost no aroma. Each berry weighs 3–3.5 g. Their pulp is very tender. The taste contains sweetness and acidity. Drupes are small, uniform. 1-3 kg of raspberries are harvested from one shrub.

Gardeners in their reviews note that the Indian summer berries, even with prolonged rains, do not sour and do not lose their pleasant taste characteristics. They praise this raspberry for its sweetness and unobtrusive aroma, but note that this variety is demanding to care for, and also rather poorly transported. But our experts nevertheless included it in the rating, since it does not become acidic and does not lose its shape even in a rainy summer.


  • prolonged fruiting;
  • small but tasty berries;
  • tolerates low temperatures well.


  • affected by powdery mildew.

The best varieties of remontant raspberries with a high yield

A distinctive feature of most remontant raspberry varieties is their high yield. But for some representatives of culture, these indicators are especially high.


Rating: 5.0


The first place in the rating was given to Brusvyan's remontant raspberry. It is sometimes called arboreal because the shrubs grow powerful and rather large. The average plant height is 2 m. The formation of a large number of replacement shoots and branches is characteristic of Brusvyana. From the side, the shrub looks very dense.

Each berry is quite large. Their average weight is 6-10 g. The pulp is firm, has a characteristic raspberry aroma and a pleasant taste that combines sweetness and sourness. Brusvyana variety is distinguished by its high density of berries, due to which they do not lose their structure. The average yield per plant is 4-6 kg, and with proper care it is possible to remove up to 8 kg of raspberries.

Judging by the reviews, the bushes of this raspberry grow tall and sweeping, so they should be tied up so that they do not break during windy weather. Our experts put Brusvyanu in the rating, since this variety gives a large yield, is excellently transported, and is also resistant to most diseases characteristic of this crop.


  • the fruits are beautiful and large;
  • easily transported;
  • high productivity;
  • long fruiting period.


  • low sugar content in raspberries.


Rating: 4.9


A related to the previous variety of remontant raspberry Yaroslavna takes the second place in the rating. Its second name is Yellow Brusvyana. The shrub is medium-sized. Reaches 1.7 m in height. Slight branching is characteristic of this plant. Fruiting continues from early August to late autumn.

Each berry weighs 7-10 and has a pronounced density. The color of the fruit changes as it ripens – from yellow to amber with an orange tint. Raspberry has a sweet taste with a slight sourness. Up to 4 kg of fruits are harvested from one bush. This raspberry is of universal use.

Professional berry growers love this variety and praise it in their reviews. They note that Yaroslavna's raspberry gives a stable harvest, practically does not get sick and belongs to transportable berries. We have included this remontant in the rating, since its fruits are distinguished by high taste and marketability.


  • attractive raspberry color;
  • compact bush;
  • pleasant taste;
  • high productivity;
  • good immunity.


  • more suitable for southern regions.


Rating: 4.8


The third place in the rating is given to the dessert variety of remontant raspberries – Polka. The plant reaches a height of 1.5–1.8 m. There are thorns on the stems, but they are weakly expressed, therefore they do not interfere with the harvest. Polka forms up to 10 shoots and some basal offspring. Each shrub is harvested up to 4.5 kg per season.

The weight of each berry reaches 5-7 g. In shape, they resemble a thimble. Their flesh is dense, her color is bright red, drupes are small. Brushes with 8-10 berries are located under the leaves that protect them from the sun. Raspberry Polka has excellent taste (sweetness is organically combined with sourness) and a pleasant rich aroma.

Reviews of the Polka variety are mostly positive. Our experts included it in the rating, since this raspberry is highly productive, well transported, and its berry quality is excellent. Polka is suitable for fresh consumption or for any processing. The plant is resistant to the most common diseases.


  • the taste of raspberries is high;
  • prolonged fruiting;
  • large thorns are absent;
  • universality of application.


  • weak drought resistance.


Rating: 4.7


The fourth place in the rating went to the remontant variety of raspberries Penguin. It got its name because it is a standard bush. The shoots are erect, the plant reaches a height of only 1.4 m. The stems are strong, the intervals between the nodes are short. They are covered with a large number of medium-sized leaves with a rich green color.

Each fruit reaches 4-6 g in weight. Their shape is conical, round, and their color is dark red. Drupes are small, uniform. Raspberries are sweet, the sourness is barely perceptible. During the collection, the berries move away from the stalk without any problems. They are well transported and do not lose their attractiveness, since they are dense and elastic.

Gardeners leave good reviews about this variety. They admire the fact that with proper care it is possible to harvest up to 6 kg of a crop from one bush. The variety turned out to be in the ranking of the best, because for all its compactness it is very productive, ripens early and pleases with a fragrant harvest over a long period of fruiting.


  • compact bush;
  • high productivity;
  • large fruits;
  • resistance to diseases and pests;
  • good transportability.


  • requires regular feeding.


Rating: 4.6


The repairing variety of raspberry Polyana occupies the fifth position in the rating. The plant is powerful and rather short (height does not exceed 1.2 m). The shrub produces a large number of shoots. They are erect and do not bend even with a plentiful harvest. The raspberry bush feels great without additional support or trellis.

Glade berries are medium-sized. Their weight does not exceed 3-5 g. Their shape is conical wide. The color is lilac. The Polyana raspberry has an excellent dessert taste, it is dense, shiny and perfectly transported. But in late autumn, the taste deteriorates somewhat. With proper care, up to 4 kg of the crop is removed from one bush.

According to gardeners, the taste of Polyana raspberries is sour. The berries are usually sweeter when the weather is sunny. But in the fall, when the sun is shown less often, they become less tasty. It is not for nothing that raspberries of the Polyana variety are in the ranking of the best, since it is believed that this variety is suitable for the lazy. It does not require careful maintenance, but it gives excellent yields.


  • rapid maturation;
  • high yield;
  • ripe berries do not fall off the bush for a long time;
  • resistance to pests and diseases;
  • easy transportation.


  • weak resistance of shoots to frost.


Rating: 4.5


The yellow-fruited remontant raspberry of the Apricot variety took the sixth place in the rating. The plant is slightly spreading. The stems are beige or light brown in color. They are strong and grow straight. Below they have spikes in small numbers. But they are small, bent down.

The shape of the fruit is blunt-conical. Their color is golden-apricot, and there is also a slight pubescence. The average weight of berries does not exceed 3 g. The pulp of ripe raspberries is very tender. The taste is sweet and sour. The aroma is weak. The fruits are suitable for fresh consumption or for homemade preparations.

Gardeners in their reviews note that Apricot raspberries give excellent yields. From a separate shrub, 3 kg of berries are removed. Our experts have put this variety in the rating, because such raspberries look attractive and have excellent taste characteristics. And the plant practically does not get sick and is not damaged by insects.


  • ripe raspberries are very beautiful;
  • excellent dessert taste;
  • compact plant;
  • high productivity.


  • berries are poorly transported.

Yellow giant

Rating: 4.4


Rounding out the rating of the best varieties of remontant raspberries is the Yellow Giant. With a good soil composition, shrubs grow up to 2 meters in height. The plant is sprawling, with a well-developed root system. During the season, 8-10 replacement shoots are formed. Stems are thick, resilient, covered with corrugated leaves of a dark green color.

The fruits are quite large and weigh up to 8 g. Their shape is conical, slightly round. Initially, the berry is yellow in color, but gradually becomes amber. Drupes are medium in size, not particularly noticeable. Taste qualities of raspberries The yellow giant leaves no one indifferent. The berries are sweet, aromatic with a subtle pleasant aftertaste.

According to reviews, the first berries can be harvested in early July. The plant bears fruit actively until mid-August. Raspberry bushes Yellow giant perfectly decorate the summer cottage. And also this variety is famous for its rich taste and its ability to stay on the branches for a long time after ripening.


  • beautiful and tasty berries;
  • unpretentious variety;
  • high productivity;
  • disease resistance.


  • poorly transported.

Attention! This rating is subjective and does not constitute an advertisement and does not serve as a purchase guide. Before buying, you need to consult with a specialist.

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