With the other 2, one is a Tegenaria species, but which species requires examination under a microscope. It will not be Tegenaria agrestis, which in this country occurs outdoors in open habitats under stones and similar, not indoors or in gardens.
The other one might be an Amaurobius species, but it is not possible to be sure from your photograph. Segestria species make a tubular retreat with a web that has a dozen or so radiating threads with proceed from the mouth of the retreat. Segestria florentina has iridescent green jaws, which do not appear to be present in your photo.
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