Here's one for you guys. If you want a floral containing tuberose and lots of other interesting notes that is openly marketed for both men and women:
Etro Royal Pavilion
Rose, Iris, Gardenia, Jasmine, Ylang-ylang, Mimosa, Violet, Tuberose, Sandalwood, Vetiver, Musk, Castoreum
The balance and blending of this scent make it frankly floral, but in spite of all the notes that we think of as "feminine" (but which also turn up here and there in all kinds of "masculine" scents), on a man it doesn't smell overly sweet. I don't know how they did it, but while most "men's" fragrances only include one or two of the florals tucked surreptitiously into the middle notes, Etro achieves a strange effect by piling up all of the usual floral suspects in one shared fragrance that works on both sexes.
Of course, if you're dead set against florals for guys, don't go near it. I'll bet if you're open-minded enough to give it a try though, you'll like it if you can find it...