I followed the link and the suggestions all were A's. I clicked on the suggestions and asked for their fragrance cousins and stayed pretty much corralled in the same 4 suggestions--three 'A' and one 'C' fragrance.
I wear RL Blue still--it's great for hot days. It' pyramid (from osMoz, I think) is
Top: lotus, jasmine, lily of the valley (aka. muguet), peony, gardenia
Middle: May Rose, Nantucket (???), tuberose, orange flower
Base: sandal, musk, ambrette, moss, vetiver
I've always thought it was more like: grapefruit, LOV, rose, musk, moss.
I have some other fragrances with a similiar crisp, green feel.
Aqua Allegoria Gentiana -not as sweetly floral--oops, also d/c'd
Violetta di Parma -has the greeness, the LOV, but sweet in a crisp, cooler...violet
Gendarme -well, it's crisp, in a clean lavender way
Anyhoo, I know it's classified as a floral somewhere (I think I recall) but keep in mind it is distinctly a green chypre-ish fragrance (citrus up top and oakmoss below). You might want to try a sample of Long Lost Perfume's Crepe de Chine --
Top: Nerolie, bergamot, basil, aldehydes
Mid: gardenia, ylang ylang, carnation, lilac, rose, chamomile, jasmine
Base: sandalwood, musk, oakmoss, vanilla, vetiver, benzoin, patchouli
And don't forget SJP Lovely-- the 'new chypre' which is kinda sorta in the same vein (can't find my bottle this minute...)
Hmmmm, very long winded post...but I hope it may help. I myself would stock up on Blue.