Trivia: The Roosevelt family coat of arms has what symbol?
The correct answer is Roses
So why is this answer correct? : The Roosevelt family crest was fitting, considering the name “Roosevelt” means “rose field.” The coat of arms contains three roses, but the position of the flowers differs in Theodore and Franklin Delano’s coats of arms — Theodore’s roses rest on a grassy mound, while FDR’s do not. Both crests have three red-and-white plumes at the top, as well as the Latin motto, “Qui plantavit curabit,” which means “He who grows will persevere.”