There are so many wonderful plants to see in Wiltshire in June so here's a slightly less well known species.
Zigzag Clover strongly resembles Red Clover T. pratense
although its flowers are usually a deeper hue of pink. As its name suggests, it also has stems that zigzag. Colonies often form large clonal patches (sometimes metres across) in rough grassland; it is particularly common on Salisbury Plain.
If in doubt about its identity, check the stipules - Zigzag Clover has green ones that taper to a point and lack the brownish apical bristles characteristic of Red Clover.