The orchid-grower's manual pp. 267-268 (1877)
Benjamin Samuel Williams

Phajus irroratus

This is the result of a cross between Phajus grandifolius and Calanthe vestita. The pseudobulbs are conical, and bear dark green plaited leaves, similar to those of P. grandifolius; flowers large, produced upon an erect spike; sepals and petals rich cream colour, tipped with rosy-pink; lip nearly round, creamy white, stained with yellow towards the base. Its elegant flowers are produced during mid-winter. The same treatment as recommended for the other kinds suits this plant admirably. It is one of Mr. Dominy's beautiful garden hybrids.