“In the morning,
As they passed by,
The fig tree
To its roots.”
Καὶ παραπορευόμενοι πρωῒ εἶδον τὴν συκῆν ἐξηραμμένην ἐκ ῥιζῶν.
This incident about the withered fig tree continued here, where it was a complete whole in Matthew, chapter 21:18-20. Here in Mark, it was the next day after the curse when they were passing by it in the morning (Καὶ παραπορευόμενοι πρωῒ). Then they saw the withered or dried up fig tree, even its roots (εἶδον τὴν συκῆν ἐξηραμμένην ἐκ ῥιζῶν). Rather than immediately the same day, as in Matthew, the result was the same. The fig tree was dead.