Fianarantsoa is a Malagasy name that literally means "where one learns good". The origin of the name would be that during the founding of the city, it was said that no hianarana ny soa avy any avaratra ("it is here that we learn the good from the capital").Built on a site of alternating hills of valleys, with a warm temperate climate, Fianarantsoa is one of the most commercial cities of Madagascar and the trade constitutes a dominating activity, including agriculture.Also, Fianarantsoa is known as the Malagasy capital of wine.
These spices are both adapted to a subtropical and tropical altitude. Their cultivation requires an average temperature ranging from 17 to 22 ° C throughout the year and with regular rainfall and well distributed for 7 to 8 months. A dry season, well marked favoring the maturation and grouping of the harvest.
These spices are both adapted to a subtropical and tropical altitude.