It’s possible Adam spent some time outside the garden before his arrival. He may have traveled a bit, getting the lay of the land, learning about this brave new world. Whenever it happens, however it happens, God brings it about.
What about those two trees? What was so special about them? How and when did they get their superpowers? Did they glow in the dark? What did their fruit taste like? Let us consider a few points …
Their shame weighing upon them, they do two things. First, they fashion some sort of covering for their bodies out of fig leaves. (The irony should not be missed that their attempt at covering themselves takes its form in a physical manner. The reality is their true “nakedness” is their disobedience and their now altered status before God.) Second, they hide.
Well, here we are. We have come to the end of life in the garden. Words are decidedly inadequate to describe and convey the utter sense of loss and failure our first parents must have known at that moment. As they stoop tentatively before their maker and one-time confidant, he makes his pronouncement. They are to leave, never to return.