"In Nepal, fruits are called Phal-phulharu (फलफूलहरु). Nepal produces a variety of fruits, probably more than many other subtropical countries. Nepal is situated on the southern slopes of the central Himalayas and occupies a total area of 56,827 sq mi. Nepal's great biodiversity is associated with the country's exceptional diversity of topographic, climate, and aggro-ecological conditions. According to these conditions, Nepal is divided into four main physiographic zones, High Himalayas, High Mountains with alpine or sub-alpine climate, Mid-Hills with temperate or subtropical climate, and Lowlands with ..."