Of course. I know that it was a very difficult question: Can you find any planet in your constellation?. But now, nothing is impossible if you work hard; and you have books, Internet... So, I want to post here the best answer to our difficult questions and his author:
The orbits of all planets are in a plane. For this reason the planets are on a line in the sky. this line is the ecliptic. You can see planets in a contelations only if the ecliptic pass for this constelations. I drawing the ecliptic in Stellarium and I see what constelations pass for the ecliptic. Aries, Taurus, almost Orion, Gemini, Cancer, Pisces, almost Cetus, Aquarius, Leo, almost Sextans, Virgo, Libra, Scorpius (my constelation), Ophiuchus, Sagittarius, Capricornus. Venus pass through Scorpius on 19 September 2014. Mercury aproximately 30 November 2014. Saturn aproximately 25 January 2015. Jupiter aproximately 26 November 2018 with the Sun and Mercury. Uranus aproximately 22 January of 2066. And Neptune in year 2136. I see this in Stellarium.
Bruno Otero Galadí, 1º ESO B.