Rose goes, and I'm very happy to wear tuberose (!), especially if it's touched with green as in Carnal Flower and Tubereuse Criminelle. Indolic jasmine works for me too, particularly in the company of castoreum, musk, or civet.
I think lotus is a fantastic note on men, especially in summer, when its cool austerity works like a dunk in the pool. (Dawn Spencer Hurwitz's Padme Lotus is an outstanding example.) Ylang-ylang is an ingredient I enjoy in many orientals, male or female, and I think of neroli and lavender as indispensible in men's perfumery. (Though lavender might be better thought of as an aromatic than as a floral note.) Meanwhile, both hawthorne and acacia (cassie) can have a certain grotty undercurrent that works well on my skin.