I think Osmoz considers Jil Sander No 4 a fruity floral. I'd consider it more Floriental personally. Either way it is a lovely perfume with opening fruity notes that mature to rich floral and then a mossy/ambry Oriental bottom.
For flirty fruity floral, I really like YSL Baby Doll a lot. While it's sweet with a grapefuity opening, this one actually matures on me and goes through an interesting dryout from rose and freesia (kind of orange-y notes) to ginger and then has a lovely, clear cedar dryout- not too woody, but cedar all the same. Works good in the summer, but I like to wear it in the winter time too as a kind of light "surprise." I would definitely consider this one "young and fresh."