Have you looked at the sky recently?
If not, I suggest that you do during the month of February.
In the Northern Hemisphere right now, you can see all five planets without a telescope.
You can see these between sundown and late evening throughout late February 2012.
In the Southern Hemisphere, you can see four planets.
First, look for the waxing crescent moon above Jupiter and Venus (west).
After sundown, draw an imaginary line downward, using the moon, Jupiter and Venus, to locate Mercury near the western horizon.
Using binoculars may be helpful.
Mars is is opposite of Mercury.You may not see all of the planets at one time. Mars shines the from early evening until dawn. You can see mercury about an hour or so after our sunsets. Venus sets somewhere around 9 to 10 p.m. and Jupiter stays out until about 10 -11 p.m.