Copyright 2014 Steele's Christmas Tree Farm: Christmas Tree Farms in Louisiana. All Rights Reserved.
56459 Dollar Rd., Angie, LA 70426
Welcome to our farm. My family and I are all Christmas tree growers and hope you like the tour and pictures of Christmases past and wish to become a part of your future Christmas memories. Please take time to look thru the pages of our website for tree types and direction to our farm and download any information you find useful in caring for your Christmas tree.
Steele’s has been supplying the residents of Washington Parish and its surrounding areas for the past 35 years. We are conveniently located in the beautiful rolling hills of Washington Parish, which is just a short drive from either the North or South shore; just click on the DIRECTIONS link on the left side bar, and enter your address for directions.
Steele’s has over 1000 beautifully shaped trees ranging from 5 to 12 feet tall. We provide saws for your selection of Leyland Cypress, Carolina Sapphire, Blue Ice, Berki Cedar and pre-cut Frasier Fir and White Pine; or if you prefer we will do the cutting for you. We also provide free shaking and bailing of all trees.
Eco-experts state that it is actually better to buy a REAL CHRISTMAS TREE rather than an artificial tree due to one word; plastics. Unlike real trees which are ultimately a renewable resource, fake trees are made of polyvinyl chloride. The production of this type of plastic creates a lot of pollution and PVC is difficult to recycle. Growing trees not only produce oxygen and absorb carbon dioxide, but after the holidays they can be recycled into mulch, or can be used for coastal restoration of the Louisiana marshes.
Please take the time to look through the pages of our web site where you will find useful information on caring for you Christmas tree. Be sure to click on the Weather Channel link below before planning you trip to Steele’s Christmas tree Farm for the center piece of your Christmas decorations.
Leashed family pets welcome
This agritourism operation has met certification requirements outlined in R.S. 9:2795.5 to become a certified agritourism operation in the State of Louisiana.