This study is mainly focused on the design and application of pervious concrete material to pavement and growing plant. The test results show: 1. Addition of fine aggregate obtains better binder quality. 2. Both small aggregate size and good aggregate gradation improve strength, but reduce void ratio and permeability. 3. A data bank of the relationship of the strength, the void ratio and the permeability of pervious concrete was built. 4. A practice case study of pavement demonstrates excellent permeability comparing to the local code and good quality as well as grass growing normally.