i have a zygo hybrid (bollopetalum) that i have been trying to keep alive for a couple years. got it in flower, and it was wonderful, but it did not get enough light for the first year and slowly dwindled and lost most of the leaves. i think they like a bit more light than i was led to believe (i was told the do well with paphs??), so last fall thinking it was going to die anyway i shoved it outside on the balcony in the shade, and now it has the largest growth it's ever had, and starting another that looks strong. it overwintered pretty well. hoping to get flowers this fall or winter. it was originally in just sphag, so i changed it to small bark mix and left a layer of sphag on top to keep it moist. i've been misting it since the spring warmth and it is doing fine. accidently shredded a leaf on my cactus (oops!) but it lived through that. this little bugger has survived some abuse on my part, and must be a strong little hybrid, and just might end up a success story. good luck with yours! most zygos seem a bit larger than the hybrid i have, and they all smell terrific!