Here's a guy's perspective:
* English Fern is an absolute classic. It is fresh, very green... like walking in a sunny field. If you like a fern-y scent that is not too sweet, and that is complex with some sandalwood thrown in; then you'll like this. I love it.
* Artemesia -- florals, fruit and vanilla mean it doesn't enter my radar. Haven't tried it.
* Bluebell. I sniffed this in a London shop. A lovely little floral scent.
Do you like Lily of the Valley? I have a little sample of it, and it is an excellent rendition of that flower. Victorian Posy is also a charming scent, exactly as the name suggests. Castille is a gorgeous neroli (orange blossom) scent.
In men's, I like Blenheim Bouquet but that is a very cool, dry pine-herbal scent.
Opus 1870 is an amazing cedar scent, again very dry.
Duoro, a great dry sandalwood.