Maggie, I'm glad to be able to help.
I'm a bit confused by your placement of what is on the right and what is on the left.* Your picture is a bit small so I put it on my desktop and enlarged it.* Looking at the picture, from left to right:
Orange with gold throat - Hemerocalis aka daylily (there are over 36,000 registered and named varieties of daylily).
Orange with yellow lower flower petals - Kniphofia aka red hot poker.
Yellow is another daylily.* If they bloom continually or on and off all summer. they could be 'Stella D'oro' daylilies.* They tend to be a gold color.* If they are truly more yellow with the same blooming habit, they could be 'Many Happy Returns' daylily.
The pickerel rush is in the pond with the purple flowers.
I'm thinking you mean there is a new Kniphofia flower and not a flower we haven't id'd yet.
The orange and yellow flowers (2 of them) are on the right. There is a new orange and yellow flower in the back behind the 2 older ones.
I'd love to see the bush.* When plants are in bloom they are easier to id.* Please try and size your pics about 600 x 800 or a little larger so I can see more detail.
You never did answer me as to what a "cont-type" flower is and I'd love to know.* Was that just a typo?
When weeding, the best way to make sure you are removing a weed and not a valuable plant is to pull on it. If it comes out of the ground easily, it is a valuable plant.