Prized for their long-standing place in the vegetable history books, these heirloom favorites offer old-country flavor. Brandywine Pink Tomato: Named for the Brandywine Creek, this heirloom has been notable since 1885. Exceptionally delicious pink fruits, up to 1 lb. each, grow on indeterminate plants. California Wonder Pepper:The standard bell pepper for many decades, this 1928 introduction is still the largest open-pollinated, heirloom bell you can grow.Black Beauty Eggplant: Over 100 years old, this 1902 Burpee introduction was an immediate hit because the plants ripened perfect fruits dramatically earlier than other varieties.