From 1926 series of Wills's cigarette cards (No 5)Text from reverse of card:CHASTITY(Climbing Hybrid Tea)Essentially an all purpose climbing rose, with a delightful perfume, but specially suitable for growing as a "pillar". The flowers are of moderate size, substantially formed with helix centres, and are carried erect in elegant trusses of from three to six blooms. It is vigorous, hardy, and earlier than any other white rose. Introduced in 1924, and awarded a special Cup and Certificate of Merit by the National Rose Society.
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