Does the Bible support the Latter Day Saint's view that Adam and Eve couldn't have had children while they remained in the Garden of Eden?

2 Nephi chapter 2 says this about Adam and Eve: 22 And now, behold, if Adam had not transgressed he would not have fallen, but he would have remained in the garden of Eden. And all things which were created must have remained in the same state in which they were after they were created; and they must have... show more 2 Nephi chapter 2 says this about Adam and Eve:

22 And now, behold, if Adam had not transgressed he would not have fallen, but he would have remained in the garden of Eden. And all things which were created must have remained in the same state in which they were after they were created; and they must have remained forever, and had no end. 23 And they would have had no children; wherefore they would have remained in a state of innocence, having no joy, for they knew no misery; doing no good, for they knew no sin.
24 But behold, all things have been done in the wisdom of him who knoweth all things. 25 Adam fell that men might be; and men are, that they might have joy. 26 And the Messiah cometh in the fulness of time, that he may redeem the children of men from the fall. And because that they are redeemed from the fall they have become free forever, knowing good from evil; to act for themselves and not to be acted upon, save it be by the punishment of the law at the great and last day, according to the commandments which God hath given.

Is this biblical? And what are the implications?
Update: The LDS article gives "A Latter-day Saint View of Adam" comparing the Bible’s teachings about Adam with "additional information restored through the Prophet Joseph Smith." It's at the end of their explanation.
Update 2: Here is the link to the article: https://www.lds.org/study/ensign/1998/01...
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