Welcome aboard! If I got my facts straight, fresh is generally intended as a subcategory (variation) to a primary olfactive concept/category. You may thus have a cyphré/fresh or a fougere/fresh. The latter case is what qualifies as a green/fresh, as 'green' is a subsequent renaming of the 'fougere' concept/category. Traditionally the fougeres had a dominant lavender/herbal note, but with the fallout of lavender concepts in more recent perfumes, the idea of 'green' seems to be better suited as a conceptually descriptive term.
I only know three of the fragrances you mentioned, and I'm afraid I don't remember much of one (Erolfa). Colonia Assoluta is most certainly a fougere(green), and Cologne Bigarade is as well. I'm not sure their variation is fresh though, especially as regards Bigarade, which has a sweeter drydown than fresh would have.
Please bear in mind that scent perception is based on a number of variable odds. Some say it differs from individual to individual at genetic makeup level, others say the differences in perception are due to exterior/environmental factors. Be that as it may, what I perceive as fresh may not be fresh for someone else.