+1 for Philosykos (there's an EDT, an EDP, a roll-on perfume oil and a solid perfume), and also L'Artisan Parfumeur's Premier Figuier (and the EDP version, Premier Figuier Extreme). I find these scents very similar, they are all green and sappy, but also woody and milky. Just beautiful.
In terms of longevity, I'd recommend the EDP versions of these scents, and possibly the Philosykos perfume oil. I've not tried it (though I'm buying it soon!), but I've tried the L'Ombre dans L'Eau oil, and that was pretty long-lasting
If you decide to continue your journey of fragrance exploration (please do! it's a LOT of fun), a couple of perfume houses I'd recommend exploring early on are Diptyque and Annick Goutal. They both do a wide range of fragrances, but many have strong green notes, so they'd be good stepping stones into the wider world of fragrances. Examples include the already mentioned L'Ombre dans L'Eau from Diptyque (leafy blackcurrant), and Annick Goutal's Le Chevrefeuille (grassy, tea-like floral) and Un Matin d'Orage (white flowers after the rain, leaves and damp earth and all - just beautiful)